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October 2011 Archives

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For some reason I am unable to change the name of the show, so it is under my name Sheri Ann Richerson. The topics of the show, however, will be related to homesteading. You can view the upcoming topics on the event calendar on the side of the front page, http://www.experimentalhomesteader.com, as well as the date and time the show will air. I will archive the show as well, so if you miss it, you can listen later.

The October Garden airs on Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 4:00PM.

Yes, you can still plant seeds in October, even if you live in a cold climate. Learn what to plant, when to plant it and how to plant it to get the most out of your garden or greenhouse space.

The number to call into the show and speak live on air is (626) 657-2120.

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Every Thursday evening at 7pm EST, I will be hosting a #homesteadchat on Twitter. Be sure to include the hashtag #homesteadchat.

Tonight’s topic is saving seeds.

I hope to see you there.

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If you missed this week's #homesteadchat, click here to go to the archive.
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Every Thursday evening at 7pm EST, I will be hosting a #homesteadchat on Twitter. Be sure to include the hashtag #homesteadchat.

Tonight’s topic is making salves and tinctures. We will be talking about how to use ingredients grown in your own garden – or ingredients you can find locally to make a variety of products you can use for sore muscles, natural perfumes and more.

Have a question you would like to see answered tonight, but can’t make the chat? Leave it in the comment box below this post. Questions that are not answered tonight will be addressed either through a post or You Tube video.

I hope to see you there.

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If you missed this week’s #homesteadchat, click here to go to the archive.

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For some reason I am unable to change the name of the show, so it is under my name Sheri Ann Richerson. The topics of the show, however, will be related to homesteading. You can view the upcoming topics on the event calendar on the side of the front page, http://www.experimentalhomesteader.com, as well as the date and time the show will air. I will archive the show as well, so if you miss it, you can listen later.

Advantages Of Raising Goats airs on on Tuesday, October 18, 2011 at 4:00PM.

Learn why raising goats for milk, meat and fiber is a good idea, especially for small scale homesteaders. We will also talk about raising your goats organically.

The number to call into the show and speak live on air is (626) 657-2120.

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Goats are wonderful grazers that can clean an area up a lot faster than a person could.

 

Listen to internet radio with Sheri Ann Richerson on Blog Talk Radio

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Every Thursday evening at 7pm EST, I will be hosting a #homesteadchat on Twitter. Be sure to include the hashtag #homesteadchat.

Tonight’s topic is making artisan bread making for the beginner. We will be talking about how to use ingredients grown in your own garden – or ingredients you can find locally in grocery or health food stores to make artisan breads.

Have a question you would like to see answered tonight, but can’t make the chat? Leave it in the comment box below this post. Questions that are not answered tonight will be addressed either through a post or You Tube video.

I hope to see you there.

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If you missed this week’s #homesteadchat, click here to go to the archive.

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Every Thursday evening at 7pm EST, I will be hosting a #homesteadchat on Twitter. You can use any tweet chat program including tweet chat at http://tweetchat.com

Be sure to include the hashtag #homesteadchat.

Tonight’s topic is making herbal holiday craft ideas. We will be talking about how to use ingredients grown in your own garden – or ingredients you can find locally to make a wide array of herbal holiday crafts.

Have a question you would like to see answered tonight, but can’t make the chat? Leave it in the comment box below this post. Questions that are not answered tonight will be addressed either through a post or You Tube video.

I hope to see you there.

_______________

If you missed this week’s #homesteadchat, click here to go to the archive.

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