Monthly Archives: October 2016

Mushrooms

This weeks Revenue Stream suggestion has to do with Mushrooms. There is way to much information to cover about mushroom farming in this post, but I though that I would add it to the list for you to research as a possible … Continue reading

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Industry Canada

If you live in Canada and would like more information about obtaining your Amateur Radio Operator’s License, Industry Canada is a good place to start. They have many helpful resources and can put you in touch with local examiners in … Continue reading

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Amateur Radio Emergency Service “ARES”

Here is another great reason to obtain your Amateur Radio Operator’s License and be a part of a really great organization called the Amateur Radio Emergency Service or ARES. About ARES Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) The Amateur Radio Emergency … Continue reading

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Amateur Radio Clubs

My first step was to research out what local Amateur Radio Clubs were in my area. Most of these clubs have websites with resource pages to help members with their licensing needs. It is also a good place to look for … Continue reading

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Ham Radio License

Now that I have most of my fall chores done around the homestead, I can now start to focus on some indoor activities. One such activity that I have been putting off for far to long has been to get … Continue reading

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Tea Tip

Instead of using sugar in your tea, dissolve old-fashioned lemon drops or hard mint candy in the brew. They melt quickly and give the tea a clean tangy flavour. The flavour of tea can be enhanced by placing a thoroughly dried … Continue reading

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Cross cut Paper Shredder

Another tool that I think every homesteader should have is a cross cut paper shredder. I use ours primarily for my worm farm bedding. Previous to that I was shredding all our paper and cardboard to supplement the green material I was … Continue reading

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