Today my daughter and I made natural dyes using indigo and our black walnut husks from our farm. We did it over a wood cook stove to heat the walnut husks for several hours. This was the result of our days work.
I am always so happy and so sad when our puppies leave. But, it is so wonderful to meet the new owners of our puppies and see how much these puppies fill the lives of their new owners with love. This last week all our puppies went to their new owners - from New Mexico, … Continue reading Our Beautiful Fall Litter (Nov. 2020) Of Australian Shepherds Are All At Their New Homes
Now more than ever consumers have shifted their focus from mass produced to sustainable and naturally sourced products. Over the last few years the profound value of goats milk is becoming increasingly understood and appreciated. Cleopatra was said to bath in goats milk soap regularly to maintain her radiant beauty. The benefits of goat's milk soaps comes … Continue reading Our Farm’s Goat Milk For Soap: Sustainably and Naturally Sourced
Today was a fun day creating with my daughter who runs a company out of our multi-generational farm. Her company is called ReWild Co. and you can go to her website at re-wild-company.com. It is a lifestyle company with apparel, apothecary and wildcrafting/home decor that connects people back to - stay raw stay wild. We … Continue reading Organic Buttermilk Goat Soap Making Today & Designed A Black Walnut Hourglass
2021 is here! Wow, today is the start of a whole new year. I am happy about that. We grow gourds for art that we sell and you will see them in local galleries in the near future. I wanted to take some time to show you, as today is the start of a whole … Continue reading Creating Indigenous Gourd Art At Our Farm