This year marks a big shift for our family at RTH. This time last year, we were working hard on our gardens, preparing for our first chickens, and getting ready for the farmer’s market. But 2021 is bringing a different type of excitement…we are moving! We have to decided that we want to take ourContinue reading “The Red Tree Homestead’s Big Announcement”
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The Red Tree – August Update
We have had a very busy month here so far and there is no sign of slowing down for the next little bit. But that isn’t a bad thing (just a test of our time management skills). The garden continues to flourish and are now producing some of the more exciting crops. We are nowContinue reading “The Red Tree – August Update”
Why and How to Start Beekeeping
When I’m out working in the hive, veil and gloves on, smoker lit, holding frames of bees, it is very common to have people from the community stop to check out the unusual sight. I am frequently asked where did the bees come from and if I am doing it for the honey. Well, todayContinue reading “Why and How to Start Beekeeping”
Why my family and I decided to begin our urban homesteading journey.