As 2014 comes to a close, it’s fun to look back on all that the past 12 months brought. To celebrate the past year, we’re going to share our top posts of 2014. We hope you enjoy reading them as much as we enjoyed writing them.
#5: Pereira Pastures Dairy
Located outside of Lubbock, TX, Pereira prides itself on offering milk from grass-fed cows. Besides fresh, raw milk, the dairy also offers cream, kefir, and buttermilk. A trip to their dairy is not only rewarding, it is also a fun trip for your family!
#4: Pollinators on the Llano Estacado
The decline of the bee population is an issue that affects home gardeners and local producers everywhere. In this post, we offer some things you can do to increase the population of pollinators in your garden.
#3: Keep a Roof on Your House
One of the best things you can do to protect your soil is to keep a good “roof” on it. It’s important to provide yours oil with a good cover of compost, mulch, and organic matter to protect it (and your plants) from the elements. This post shows you how.
#2: Food Allergies: Why They Weren’t a Problem of the Past
Have you ever wondered why our grandparents and ancestors didn’t seem to have nearly as many food allergies as abound today? Lifestyle changes could have a big impact.
#1: Creek House Honey Farm
Located near Canyon, TX, Creek House provides the Llano Estacado region with beautiful, pure honey. Learn more about Creek House Honey Farm, and then check them out for yourself.
We loved getting to write each of these blog posts. We hope you’ll take them time to read them for a second time!