The Self-Sufficient-ish Bible by Andy Hamilton and Dave Hamilton

Storey’s Guide to Raising Sheep by Paula Simmons and Carol Ekarius

Storey’s Basic Country Skills:  A Practical Guide to Self-Reliance by John and Martha Storey

Living with Chickens:  Everything you Need to Know to Raise your Own Backyard Flock by Jay Rossier, Geoff Hansen, and American Poultry Association

The Self-Sufficient Life and How to Live it by John Seymour

Small-Scale Grain Raising by Gene Logsdon

Animal, Vegetable, Miracle:  A Year of Food Life by Barbara Kingsolver (this is a wonderful book)

Seed to Seed:  Seed Saving and Growing Techniques for Vegetable Gardeners by Suzanne Ashworth and Kent Whealy

The Last American Man by Elizabeth Gilbert

Keeping a Family Cow by Joann Sills Grohman

Landscaping with Fruit by Lee Reich

Natural Sheep Care by Pat Coleby

Country Home Book of Herbs by Country Home

Herb Gardening for the Midwest by Debra Knapke and Laura Peters

Natural First Aid:  Herbal Treatments for Ailments & Injuries/Emergency Preparedness/Wilderness Safety by Brigitte Mars

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Adopting one child won't change the world; but for that child, the world will change.

I am the wife to my wonderful husband and joint care giver to the many animals we have acquired on our small farm here on the prairie. This is a bit about our life on our farm. We are striving for simplicity and self-sufficiency, determined to become debt-free, trying to live in tune with the natural cycles of this earth, and challenging ourselves to transition to a diet based on traditional foods. It isn't always easy, and we don't always succeed, but it is a fun learning process. Join us as we stumble through learning how to provide for ourselves, get off the treadmill, and work toward a simpler way of life.

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