Pacing & Prioritizing: Getting Through the Spring Upswing :: Faulk Farmstead

Pacing & Prioritizing: Getting Through the Spring Upswing

  Spring on the Faulk Farmstead has hit me like a ton of bricks. Confessedly, I spent the entire winter blogging away, dreaming about Spring entering in the form of lush gardens and baby farmies.   Well, Spring is here, and that is NOT what is happening, folks.   Can you say…. OVERWHELMED?   JustRead more

Early Spring on the Faulk Farmstead

Early Spring on the Faulk Farmstead

  April has arrived – and with it, beautiful weather!  It is definitely feeling like early Spring around here!   Curious what we’ve been up to?   Just in case you have been out of the loop, we have a new kid on the farmstead!  Our Nigerian Dwarf goat, Totes, gave birth to an adorableRead more

Early Spring Preparations :: Faulk Farmstead

Early Spring Preparations on the Farmstead

Here at the Faulk Farmstead, there have officially been not enough hours in the day for our “to-do” list of spring preparations.   More specifically – there have not been enough hours in the day where it has not been raining.   Even though I am a native Washingtonian, I abhor working in the rain.Read more

Spring Seed Update

Growing Up! A Spring Seed Update!

Little sprouts – We finally have them!   It has been almost two weeks since our Spring seeds were planted in soil, and things are finally moving along! I continue to check their moisture level twice daily, keeping the soil at a “damp sponge” level.  Besides that, I have been doing nothing else to them exceptRead more

spring garden planning

Early Planning of the Spring Garden

Confession time.   I am overwhelmed.   It’s this dang spring garden.  It takes up so much of my time throughout the day – I cannot stop thinking about it.  The catalogs are littering my computer workspace, my car, the coffee table.   Oh, and did I mention – the garden is not even hereRead more