Tropical Storm Bill is about to hit us (or his remnants, rather). Fortunately, it looks like we may only get 6-8″ instead of the originally predicted 8-10″… Read more “Chickens. And more rain. Wheee.”
It’s May. I don’t know how. It should still be February, and I can’t tell you how much I wish that I would wake up in the… Read more “When Everything Goes Awry – Down on the Sub(Urban) Farm”
I was honestly planning that the next ‘down on the farm’ post was going to be a virtual tour of the new chicken coop. But I haven’t… Read more “Spring has Sprung – Down on the (Sub)Urban Farm”
Well. I don’t know how ‘old’ exactly, but it’s commonly said around these parts. “If you don’t like the weather in Oklahoma, wait five minutes.”
If I thought that my last post was going to be my most frustrating experience for January… I was so wrong. I’ve been a bit silent, both… Read more “Bittersweet Conclusions – Down on the (Sub)Urban Farm”
This is essentially a photo post. Just click on the first one and work your way through the gallery! Enjoy! ~ Bekah
Warning: there is a (single) graphic picture of a chicken with a laceration in this slideshow. There’s no blood, though. Just skin and muscle.
A couple of years ago, I decided to join this thing called Pinterest. I didn’t expect it to literally change my life.
Eating healthy and living sustainably has always been a dream of mine – I spent a lot of time outdoors as a child, and I have a long-held fascination with nature and animals. I started following a few Pinterest boards about gardening, and stumbled across this thing called urban farming.
And then I discovered this thing called Back to Eden.