Our site and frame look good, so now it’s time to wrap the new garden shed in siding, and in this video we offer some tips to make this step a lot easier.
I picked up a carry all frame some years back, and now’s the time to build a platform and put it to use. In this video, I show you how I did this project.
I’m getting ready for my first year as a beekeeper. My hives are ready, but I’m building this simple, table-style bee stand to keep the boxes off the wet ground.
With our building sited and the foundation built, it’s now time to build and install the wall frames for the brand-new garden shed. It’s an easy process with a few extras for this job.
In the last video, I planned and sited the space for my new farm garden shed, so now it’s time to choose a foundation, get level and square things up.
Wonder what’s been sniffing around your chickens and/or crops? This simple scent station will help you identify what predators are out and about.
The bright hues and handwritten labels of homemade garden signs can bring color and whimsy to your growing space later in the year. Plus, it’s a fun winter project!
Potted plants liven things up inside or out any time of year, but it’s important to follow a few steps when transplanting a new plant to a permanent container.
Chicken predators can wreak havoc on a flock, so protect your coop and run from common predators using the following tips and techniques.