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29 – Making Farm Fresh Compost

29 – Making Farm Fresh Compost

Fast forward a few years and our composting program has evolved quite a bit along with our understanding of it. Our carbon source comes from the trees we have had to remove to build roads and level pads. Anything that isn’t good for firewood or fence posts is...
28 – Outlaw Chickens

28 – Outlaw Chickens

The more we researched having our own laying hens, the more sense it made. The thought of insect/pest control, fresh eggs and manure for our composting had us searching for a small flock. I admit, researching the legalities of keeping hens in city limits was something...
27 – Lake Havasu Gardening

27 – Lake Havasu Gardening

By now you have read the term “compost” several times. Let me back up a bit and explain more. One of the first things we did when we first became interested in this lifestyle was plant a garden in Lake Havasu City. The kids and I built basic garden beds...
26 – Composting Pastures

26 – Composting Pastures

Here is an area we spread almost straight compost on for our custom mix of grass seed. Not surprisingly, it performed the best with a nice blanket of grass within 10 days that still has great roots today. Next for the pond is 26 tons of Bentonite clay to be mixed in...
25 – Creating Permaculture Swales

25 – Creating Permaculture Swales

The amount of work just to bring the keyway back to the original grade was staggering. Next, we had to plumb the overflow and irrigation pipe. The orchard is below the grade of the pond and will be irrigated by pond water full of life and oxygen. The top of the pipe...
24 – Preparing the Farm Pond

24 – Preparing the Farm Pond

By this time, we had taken several online courses, attended homesteading and permaculture workshops, enrolled in the Master Gardner program at Mohave Community College and had digested too many books to count. All things pointed toward a pond to accomplish our goals....