One maybe not so easy step toward seasonal living is to grow your own food.
Watch our whiteboard video to learn how!
If you live on a farm or in a rural setting with plenty of land, then that’s easy enough. Just start a small garden of lettuce and tomatoes. If you live in the suburbs, you still may have a bit of outdoor land where you can plant a few veggies. If you are in the city, though, you can still do this. Grow alfalfa sprouts, window box lettuce, or potted herbs using light from your window sill.
By growing your own food you slow down and form an intimate relationship with the ingredients in your meals just enough to notice the seasons change as you harvest.
It opens up your senses to the seasons as they change. A tasty way to connect your food.
5 Links to Help Create a Seasonal Lifestyle & Promote Seasonal Living ~
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Maybe you should join a farm share program in your area. What’s a farm share you ask? Learn more here.
Just want to deepen your understanding of what it is to live seasonally? Check out this post.
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Stony Ridge Farm is so much more than a blog. It is a community of people creating a richly textured life grounded in the movement of time through the seasons. We are sensual and creative friends and neighbors who use the internet to weave a fabric of intentionality in our gardens and in our kitchens. Sound like your kind of people? Well, welcome to the farm!
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