Want to break the holiday sick cycle? You know what I’m talking about: The cycle where you wear yourself out, preparing for all the holiday fun, spend too much time in small spaces with large numbers of people . . . . And then whammo! Get SICK! (Either BEFORE the holidays are over. Or, just in time to go back to work! ;-) Let’s break that cycle this year, shall we? And give your immune system a fighting chance?Read More
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Here in Virginia, a regular 15 pound turkey at the supermarket will cost you about $30 or less. But if you want a local, traditional turkey like a Bourbon Red, raised on pasture - expect to pay anywhere from $60-$90. That’s a lot of money! Is it really worth it? I saw some turkeys on my home a few weeks ago that definitely answered that question for me...Read More
Twenty of the 27 key resources for human survival peaked within the 50-year period ending in 2010. But while food production is stagnant or declining, the world's population continues to increase. The problem is very real -- here's what we need to be doing to solve it.Read More
Even if you got a late spring freeze that destroyed your apple harvest (as happened this year to some of us at TGN!), you can still harness the power of apple cider vinegar using the simple, inexpensive DIY tips in this article!Read More
As you start to live more sustainably you will be spending more time outdoors. And in the winter it can be tough. Getting or cutting firewood, tending livestock, taking care of the orchards or greenhouse – all of these activities mean you’ll be outside, in the cold. Here are my three best tips for staying warm and toasty during the winter months:Read More
Have you ever heard of a kidney wrap? It is a simple, but powerful technique to take care of your body during the winter months. It soothes the adrenals and ensures your body will be ready to have a fabulous Spring. This amazing health technique used to be well known by humanity that lived in cold climates, and you'll recognize the truth of it when looking at the fashions people wore in old photos.Read More