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Hobby Farm Home Table of Contents September-October 2009


Fall Harvest Affair
As you bring in the bounty from your garden this year, share it with family and friends in a traditional harvest celebration. Use your favorite recipes or try some of ours featured here.
by Kelly Wood

Aging Gracefully
With the right environment and training, more women are starting farmstead cheese-making operations of their own: from milking the animals to marketing the cheese.
by Lisa Kivirist 

Cider Day Rules!
Making cider from a robust apple crop may be the point of the West Corinth Community Cider Day, but building a community is a nice side-benefit.
by Adrianne L. Shtop

Wild, Wild Wines
This harvest season, try making handcrafted wines from common fruit—from blackberries to peaches—grown locally.
by Sue Weaver

What to Plant Now
Autumn is upon us, but that doesn't mean your garden is done growing. Learn what to plant now and how to extend your growing season into the colder months.
by Jessica Walliser

Leaves of Green
If you enjoy birdwatching on your farm, get busy crafting a beautiful sand-cast birdbath using oversized leaves, concrete and these easy steps.
by Kelly Wood

Autumn's Artistry
Try these three fresh projects for decorating with pumpkins, leaves, gourds and other fall classics.
by Adrianne L. Shtop


Lessons Learned
Cherie Langlois

Country Fare 
Lynda King

Garden Grit
Susan M. Brackney

Garden Home

P. Allen Smith

Farm Fetishes 
Mary Beth Temple

Home Clinic
Cheryl Morrison

Hands On 
Rhoda Peacher

Nature Calls
Linda Tagliaferro

Animal Talk
Audrey Pavia

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