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Summer is Coming!

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We’ve been planting here on our little mini farm for several weeks now and several days this week have been cookers. If you are still freezing in the snow have hope! Spring will be here sooner than you think!

There is nothing like getting your hands in the dirt and being so tired and satisfied at the end of the day.

You might remember that a month or so ago we announced the start of the Homestead Resource Guide. Today I am thrilled to announce that we are combining forces with Gretchen from The Backyard Farming Connection in our efforts to bring you this awesome guide!

If you missed the original introduction the basic idea is that we are working to build an online resource of homesteading posts in an easy to find format. These will be a wealth of first-hand, researched, experienced posts to help guide readers on their homesteading quest.

We will be featuring some of the link ups individually to highlight specific areas every so often to help keep it fresh, but remember you can always link up in other sections too!

Today in honor of summer dreaming we are featuring summer squash, asparagus and tomatoes!

If you have a favorite post, tip, or variety of these 3 please share it with us!

Summer Squash and Zucchini

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By on April 23rd, 2013


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Hi, I’m Dani! I’m most importantly mama to 3 wild little dudes. I spend my days cooking, photographing and exploring the Pacific Northwest. I'm a full time food blogger and online business coach.

I’m the author of Stress Free Camping, a 120+ page guide on making epic food in the woods. I’m also the founder of Food Blogger Entrepreneurs, the leading online academy and private community for food bloggers. → More About Dani

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