Teacher Spotlight: Amy Stross of Tenth Acre Farm

Teacher Spotlight: Amy Stross of Tenth Acre Farm

This month, we are honored to present Amy Stross as our guest teacher on Rootsy. She has a background in home-scale food production and is an avid permaculture gardener, writer, educator, and author of the wildly informative book The Suburban Micro-Farm. Amy got her...
Teacher Spotlight: Nina Nelson of ShalomMama

Teacher Spotlight: Nina Nelson of ShalomMama

This month, we are honored to present Nina Nelson, a student herbalist, wellness educator and author who has secretly always wanted to be the village wise woman. Nina lives in Central Oregon with her husband and their four children where she spends her free time doing...
Teacher Spotlight: Kristine Brown of HerbalRootsZine

Teacher Spotlight: Kristine Brown of HerbalRootsZine

Meet Kristine Brown @HerbalRootsZine Self-Reliance is of great interest to our community, in fact in one form or another, it’s what Rootsy is all about. This month, we are honored to present a teacher whose experience with plants began at the tender age of 2 when her...
Get to Know Jami from An Oregon Cottage

Get to Know Jami from An Oregon Cottage

This Month’s Teacher Spotlight Self-Reliance is of great interest to our community, in fact in one form or another, it’s what Rootsy is all about. This month, we are honored to present a teacher whose experience and background will highlight the work,...
Upcycle Found Items into Garden Pots

Upcycle Found Items into Garden Pots

Gardening can be an expensive hobby, fun, but expensive. If you hope to raise enough food for your family it can be difficult to find space suitable for growing large quantities of vegetables. Use these ideas to turn your upcycle items into garden pots. You’ll be...
The Low Cost Kitchen

The Low Cost Kitchen

Create an efficient and low cost kitchen by taking advantage of price breaks found by secondhand shopping at thrift shops and yard sales.   Whether we’re starting out in our first apartment or expanding our cooking skills, we need to stock our kitchen with...
DIY Chicken Wire Memo Board

DIY Chicken Wire Memo Board

When we painted our daughters’ room about four years ago, both girls wanted a lot of color. Since our oldest was 13 at the time, I tried to not be too much of a downer and so I allowed more color than I really wanted. It turned out to be beautiful and was just...
Get to Know Quinn from Reformation Acres

Get to Know Quinn from Reformation Acres

This Month’s Teacher Spotlight Homesteading is of great interest to our community, in fact in one form or another, it’s what Rootsy is all about. This month, we are honored to present a teacher whose experience and background will highlight the work,...
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