Rebecca Marcella

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A nude space is a great place to start. maybe talk to your partner about mixing clover with the grass seed. or bringing in free woodchips for the perrenial forest. get some paper out, map the spot and get planning together!
2 months ago
Hmm a cup of coffee in the morning delivered by my sweetie. Or a cup of tea. seeing my cat. Clean surfaces in the kitchen before I cook.
2 months ago
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jbLZxwWudk here's an interesting video about someone who did something similar with munincipal challenges
2 months ago
aww looking forward to watching your content!


Heres a sewing tutorial I made for a reclaimed fabric dress it was a table cloth and it's officially the CUTEST thing I own. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aMtvYJ4uSY
2 months ago
I'm not sure if honey is vegan but raw local honey helps. Short of that. Honestly get allergy shots now while there's still allergy shots!

also according to my book medicinal plants of the pnw. stinging nettle, and oxeye daisy help with inflammation.
2 months ago
I'm a beginner so take my advice with several grains of salt. I would nix the chipdrop step just because you're likely to end up with a fungal dominated soil which is great for perennials and not so hot for annuals. Focus more on bringing in compost, dirt, and trace minerals. Be careful of the pyralid contaminated dirt from this year (I recommend reading up about it.). I would also bring in some red wigglers and a get a nice verimicompost going. You really wanna increase the bacterial life in the soil. If youi're bringing in chickens I hope you've talked to your feudal lord *cough* I mean landlord about putting up a structure. I don't personally care but wouldn't want you to get kicked out over something silly. Also consider whether you want to free range your chickens or paddock them or what. I personally would wait a season or two on chickens, but we "own" our home so we've got the stability and longevity to contemplate it before we do it.
2 months ago