Tuesday, April 30, 2013

The Backyard Farming Connection Hop #30

I'm so excited we've made it to the 30th week of the Backyard Farming Connection Hop!  This week before I share the featured posts, I want to invite you to link up to the Homestead Resource Guide.  These thematic link ups will appear permanently on my blog for people to reference (as well as over on The Adventure Bite).  If you haven't had a chance to scroll through the topics, take a look at some of the great posts, and make sure you come back and link up your new and archived posts.

Homeskills
Other Homesteading Skills (if it doesn't fit elsewhere!)

Growing Vegetables




 

 

Recipes & Preservation

Brambles (Blackberries, Raspberries, Marionberries)
Blueberries
Citrus
Gooseberries and Currants
Pome Fruit Trees (Apples and Pears)
Stone Fruit Trees (Apricots, Cherries, Peaches, Plums, Nectarines)
Grapes
Strawberries
Exotic Fruits (Kiwi, Mango, Passionfruit, Etc)










This week's features are all about growing, using a preserving herbs.

From A Life Unprocessed, Using, Harvesting and Preserving Chives


From Our Neck of the Woods, Drying Herbs from the Garden


And from Summers Acres, Transplanting Mint










 
I want to know what's happening, in your garden, on your homestead, in the barnyard, and in the kitchen.  Whatever is in your backyard farm and home, I would love to hear about it.

Each week I will share some of my favorite posts on the Backyard Farming Connection Facebook page.  And in case you haven't seen, I have a 'featured button' so if you've been featured in the past, grab a button.

For details on linking up visit the hop page.


Please be patient - I seem to be having come technical difficulties with my buttons (still)

6 comments:

  1. Good morning Gretchen! Thank you so much for hosting and have a great week.

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  2. Thanks for hosting, and THANK YOU for this great resource!

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  3. Oh wow! Thank you for the feature! Much appreciated.

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  4. Thanks for hosting, Gretchen. Also, thanks for the great permenent link ups. What a great resource.

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  5. Thanks so much for featuring my dried herb garland! Have a great rest of the week :)

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