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Although it’s not officially winter yet, it certainly feels like it. For most people, winter just means wearing jackets and turning up the heat, but for homesteaders, winter means lots and lots of work. So what should you do, and where should you begin?
This article from 104 Homestead has some great suggestions. It explains how to tidy your garden, get your livestock ready, make your home nice and cozy, and prepare for winter emergencies.
Jessica writes, “It’s that time of year! The harvest is almost over, the first freeze isn’t far off, and we’re just weeks away from snow. While everyone has their own list of fall chores, homesteaders in particular have an insane amount to get done before the snow starts flying.” Follow the link below to keep reading.