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Articles from Grit (January 1, 2019)

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Title Author Type Words
Catching Up with Our Social Circle. 432
COUNTRY STORE: GRIT editors share a selection of useful products for the homestead. 560
CREATIVE UPCYCLING. Letter to the editor 439
DIY ADJUSTABLE LIVESTOCK GATE: Get a handle on relocating livestock with this do-it-yourself extendable gate.

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Sanders, Karen McGeorge; Sanders, D.T. Instructions 1281
If February give much snow A fine summer it doth foreshow. Brief article 214
In Love with LONGEARS: You'll want to find a place on the homestead for a hardy and efficient mule. Rapp, Callene 1709
Looking For. 1111
Make your Markets: No matter what you sell, success begins with a strong marketing plan. Learn strategies to maximize profitability for your farm. Pritchard, Forrest 2118
OLD-FASHIONED ROOT CROPS FOR THE WINTER GARDEN: Grow crosnes, salsify, and skirret in your winter garden, and then incorporate their unique flavors into your cooking. Weaver, William Ways 1986
PUNGENT VARMINTS: Known for their stinky smell, skunks are actually quite passive unless threatened. Abell, Jo Ann 1561
Raging Rings of Fire: Learn all about wildfires, including their causes and how to protect your home from conflagrations. Brotak, Ed 1821
Rainwater Projects for Off-Grid Homes: Make the most of nature's gifts on your homestead by harnessing and moving rainwater with these inventive builds. Stewart; Stonger, Shannon Instructions 1982
Restore Your STONE WALLS: Learn how to return old stone walls to functional, beautiful structures that will last for years to come. Mullin, Russell Instructions 2991
SIMPLE HOMEMADE Sourdough Bread: Hone your sourdough skills with these tips and recipes. Miller, Victoria Redhed Recipe 1915
Stockpiling for Winter: A lack of supplies led to winter woes when a storm hit the homestead. Nelson, Jerry 978
THE PRESSURE'S ON: These electric pressure cooker recipes will save you time in the kitchen without sacrificing flavor. Colby, Chris Recipe 1537
THE SCOOP ON BUYING IN BULK: Slash your family's food costs in half--and support local farmers--by buying meat, produce, and dry goods in bulk. Martin, Rebecca; Sullivan, Dan 1161
WIT & WISDOM: from The Old Farmer's Almanac, always 'useful, with a pleasant, degree of humor'. Brief article 275

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