Top Ten Reasons to Try Canning

Have you ever considered venturing into the world of canning? Here are ten reasons why you should give it a try!

Vacation Season Safety Tips

Should you venture off of the farm this summer for a much-deserved vacation, here are some great safety tips to consider before you depart.

A Moment of Gratitude

As we enter into the busy holiday season, we get a reminder on the importance of taking a moment of gratitude.

The Best Things About Fair Season

Fair season is here and there's a lot to love about it. Here are seven things we love about fair season!

The Benefits of Beekeeping

Think beekeeping is the right hobby for you? Find out the buzz!

DIY: Ornament Recycling

If you have some old glass ornaments up in your attic, it's time to give them a facelift. With a little crafting, you can have a brand new tree!

Green Wrapping

No need to use all that wrapping paper when you can be creative and go green this Christmas!

Christmas Crafts

We survived Thanksgiving and now it's time to look forward to the next big holiday...Christmas. What better way to enjoy the season (and save some money), than to do a few Christmas crafts!

DIY Cinnamon Wreath

With Thanksgiving tomorrow, it's about time to get into the holiday spirit. With all the gifts and spending, it's nice to have a DIY project to save a little money! This winter wreath is the perfect craft for just that.

Thanksgiving Blunders

When cooking Thanksgiving dinner, it can be tough to get everything on the table at the same time. But if you have one of these Thanksgiving blunders, it's not the end of the world. Here are some easy fixes for your food fiascos!

 

Halloween Facts

Happy Halloween! To celebrate this spooky holiday, we wanted to share some fun Halloween facts. Here are 10 fun (and some little-known) facts about one of our favorite holidays of the year!

Using Your Pumpkins!

By this week, many people have visited the pumpkin patch or picked up a few pumpkins at the local market. But after Halloween, the pumpkins are either trashed or put in the compost. But you can actually use them. Here's how!