Category Archives: Farming

New Classes for Cultured Home

Cultured Home 2017-2018 19506 SE 138th Pl   Renton, WA 98059 Cultured Home builds virtues and life skills through experience. Classes are held on Thursdays in the East Renton Highlands, near the Maple Hills neighborhood, and 15 minutes from Issaquah. 8 … Continue reading

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Cultured Home Presents–FALL CLASSES!

We are thrilled to announce classes will be held in Art, Spanish, Math, Farm Life & Music! Cultured Home is focused on building virtues through the Fine Arts.  19506 SE 138th Pl, Renton, WA 98059 (About 15 minutes from downtown … Continue reading

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First Joys of Spring!

What a glorious day! Thursday,  March 23rd, the sun was shining brightly and the warmth was embracing us.  A few  wispy clouds floated in the sky as we walked in a lush field, patiently awaiting Mo (aka Maurine), the cow … Continue reading

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Eggs! Eggs! Eggs!

SPRING IS ALMOST HERE!! How do we know? Eggs! Eggs! Eggs! My very first experience with chickens has occurred and they actually do lay eggs!  I, Deena, was getting quite discouraged, along with my hubby and the kids but on … Continue reading

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2017 Summer Camps’ Flyer!!!

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Life in 2017

2012 through 2016 was a season filled with life’s ups and downs, which limited our ability to keep the Cultured Home website current, but we are thrilled to be back, now!!  We are so looking forward to 2017!  We are excited … Continue reading

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Axe Demonstration

Here I am working with my axe to chop up some freshly cut alder trees harvested from one of our pastures.  These were from ~30 trees that were prepared for our pollard demonstration. A coppice is when trees re-grow quickly … Continue reading

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Ruth’s day with Maureen the cow

At dinner, Ruth Helen told us her story of the day.  She started by telling Abigail and me and covered everything again in greater detail when Kathy and Samuel came in for dinner, and when we called grandparents so they … Continue reading

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Intro to Sustainable Family Farming

Intro to Sustainable Family Farming   Is it possible for a family to produce nutrient dense eggs, milk and meat without being full time farmers?  If you are interested in growing more than a garden on your property, or are … Continue reading

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Spring 2012 Gypsum Application

I’m getting good at getting this stuff spread. On Sunday, June 3rd, I applied 13 bags/520 lbs in less than an hour using my “flower pot” technique.  I fill 2 plastic flower pots with gypsum, hold one in each hand … Continue reading

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