Monday morning we urban homesteaders were on a live local tv talk show to chat about our urban self sufficiency and urban homestead project. Thanks A for the invite. We talked about growing food and showed off a few home preserves and goods from the urban homestead. The host really enjoyed our salad which we brought. She said it was the best field salad mix she ever tasted. Can’t beat homegrown.
It’s a busy time for all of us and it’s great to see the readership increasing and reader participation with recent comments. This year we once again are growing through some growing pains so bare with us as we try to handle everyone’s emails, etc. It’s a struggle to figure out what’s best for both PTF and the public. It’s not easy, believe me, and we are doing our very best under the circumstances. So we appreciate everyone’s understanding.
Also, the local Smith & Hawkens store called and donated a damaged arbor. A gift we most graciously accepted (thanks so much L for thinking of us and congrats on the new grandbaby) We figured this arbor can come in handy since we have used all available ground space. With our Grow for 10 Challenge we need to grow up!
Can we dig it?
Stay tuned…. to see how we are growing and hope others will join in our efforts to continue to grow, weigh and eat a % of our own food.