Part of our fun adventure of homeschooling involves participating in Classical Conversations. And as my fellow CC-ers know, it’s that Read more.
Have you ever wanted to experiment with a new activity, but the upfront investment has prevented you from doing so? Read more.
When we started down the homesteading / farming road there was one acronym that continuously popped up.  It felt like Read more.
It is important to plant your garden seeds and transplants at the right time and the key is knowing when Read more.
I love old time farm sayings like “plant potatoes when the first dandelions bloom” or “cut in June will come Read more.
  When beginning beekeepers run through the list of necessary equipment, their thoughts naturally turn to bee boxes, smokers, and Read more.
Spring will be here before you know it and the first season on our homestead is Mulberry season.  The purpose Read more.
The new nesting boxes for our chicken coop are finally done. Read more.
Make feeding the chickens easier! Read more.
It is fall, and we have finally started construction on our greenhouse.  We decided to build a lean-to style that Read more.

Woodhaven Place Homestead and Gardens has two main goals; Provide surrounding areas with fresh local organically grown produce and to teach everyone involved with the homestead why knowing your “farmer” is so important. Just like people are working to save historic buildings and preserve our collective history Woodhaven Place will strive to help preserve a very special food heritage. The property we live on was once used as a hobby farm, old apple trees, wild red and black berries, old grape arbores and mulberry trees have all been uncovered and are being nursed back to productive health. Woodhaven Place will be loved and cared for with the goal of it being a place that future generations can be proud of calling their own. We are doing all of this on 5 acres in the middle of the suburbs, kick off your shoes and stay a while, welcome to our journey!

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