Category Archives: gardening

Showering with Sandpaper.

There are these things called shower gloves.  I learned of them four months ago and they received rave reviews from the woman who referred them to me.  They scrub off all the dead skin, gardening dirt and goat grime that … Continue reading

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Anyone Know A Community Blogger?

I do! Check out the new, expanded IndyBlog today! We just might see each other there. –  The Goat Cheese Lady

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Wanna Come To A Farm To Table Dinner?

At our Farm!!  We are  so excited!!! When:  Saturday, June 21st, 5:30 pm. Where:  The Goat Cheese Lady Farm. Who:  Put on by  Colorado Collective and Full Circle Cuisine. What:  An extravagant three course menu of locally produced food (some from our … Continue reading

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On A Hay Bale Under The Moonlight…

Remember my favorite store?  It’s Eve’s Revolution.  Locally owned, cute clothes, nice people. About a month ago, I used the last of a gift card from my parents to buy a cream-colored dress off the sale rack.  When I paid … Continue reading

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Ditch Dirt

Literally. No, by “ditch”, I don’t mean give up on dirt and begin planting your gardens in aluminum foil or Styrofoam or something else ridiculous. I do mean Dirt from the Ditch. Here’s what I’m referring to:  If you’ve ever … Continue reading

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Spring Time!

We are getting our first trickles of fresh, raw, spring milk! (tastes like it has a slight mineral deficiency, slightly sour/bitter…but soon it’ll be perfect!) …and we’ve planted 200 onions (with the help of my two boys) …and the seedlings … Continue reading

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Feeding Urban Families One Goat At A Time

Feeding urban families one goat at a time December 16, 2012 by csukach Herbert Aparicio, urban farmer, works to build a bigger greenhouse on his urban farm in Colorado Springs, Colo., Oct. 24, 2012. The greenhouse will be warmed by … Continue reading

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Resilience: Tire Flowers

He got laid off.  She’s a stay at home mom.  They have a baby and a toddler.  She has applied for jobs… and is waiting.  He has applied for jobs… and is waiting.  They could just complain and whine.  Poor meeeee….  … Continue reading

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Alpaca Poop

(You might think, due to the title of this post and the content of my last post, that I like to write about poop.  By the time you’re through reading this, you’ll know if that’s true or not.) I had … Continue reading

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Here’s My 2012 Dream List!

(Singing):  Heeerre shee iiiiissss, Miiiiiiiiss Aaammeerrrrriicaaaa…” Oh, wait.  It’s not Miss America. It’s my Dream List.  For 2012. Can you tell it will definitely be a gardening year for me? I’ll let you know how things go throughout the year…and in a … Continue reading

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