People from all walks of life who see a need for a change in our current food production system and are taking steps to make that change happen one seed at a time.
Truthfully I didn't take any pictures Saturday since I was so busy showing people around. I was also coming off a night shift and had only slept a few hours so I was dazed. One of the sponsors of the tour, The Lazy Homesteader, came and did take some pictures.
She has a great blog at lazyhomesteader.com
In the morning before people arrived, I made a meager attempt to cut back fallen sunflowers, pick dead leaves and clean out any fresh poop from the chicken coop. Then I put out a basket of eggs, jams and applesauce I had canned this year for viewing, and honey and beeswax lotions for sampling. I have to say, the honey went over well.
I picked herbs and set out the dehydrator to dry them, I also brought out seeds that I had saved.
|My favorite chickens ever, a docile black Java and Delaware|