This past weekend we had a perfect opportunity to review some work gloves.  On the homestead, we often wear gloves Read more.
We try to reuse things around the homestead as often as possible.  This past summer we acquired a new dining Read more.
My family really enjoys squash and zucchini; even our 5 year old does not complain when it is brought to Read more.
We must be very selective when it comes to buying products that we use on the farm. We do not Read more.
Self-reliance is very important here at Woodhaven Place.  We believe in doing things for ourselves and learning as many skills Read more.
Here is the breakdown of what was in each bed. This was quite a few years ago however I thought Read more.
When I first started gardening, we had a small yard and I had no idea what I was doing. I Read more.
I have always found honey bees interesting, and about four years ago I built our first hive.  Little did I Read more.
Welcome to Woodhaven Place Homestead and Gardens. Our journey began Christmas week 2012 after spending three years reading about homesteading, 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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