You already own it. It’s likely taking over an unused patch of your yard. Weeds. Rather, edible, scrumptious green tidbits, chock full of nutrients, and kissed by the sun. Foraging can be a fun and exciting activity in the spring, and since we’re stuck at …
Part of eating well includes understanding how your food is grown. We keep a garden every year to help my son understand what goes into raising food, as well as to understand the lifecycle of plants and how insects and other animals factor into food production.
Since we live in Texas (zone 8a), we are fortunate enough to have nearly year-round growing seasons. Our first couple of weeks in January consists of searching through seed catalogues and websites, deciding what we would like to grow, gathering our seed packets, and getting our seed planting equipment ready.