This year we changed how we house our chickens.  Since the beginning, we have housed our chickens in two chicken Read more.
It is starting to get cold in Ohio and that means the sugaring season is right around the corner.  In Read more.
Weeding the garden is not something I would say we enjoy doing.  We spread wood chips in the garden for Read more.
After the failure that was the “rugged” wear gloves from a few weeks ago, we found another type of glove Read more.
Turn My Tractor Bucket Into A Forklift After obtaining a tractor with a front end loader to move mulch, gravel, Read more.
The weather is quickly turning cold and wet now that fall has officially arrived and we lost our garden to Read more.
Every year I look through seed catalogs trying to find the best fruit and vegetable varieties for our climate and Read more.
One of the projects we will be starting this fall is a greenhouse. When we first started researching greenhouses, I Read more.
My husband and I joke that free and effective should be the mantra of our homestead. We are starting this Read more.
For the past several weeks, we have had the older chickens living in the new coop. The coop consists of 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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