Hello and welcome to my blog finn. This blog details my journey into urban homesteading and living a more sustainable life. My family and I are devoted to our community, eating locally grown food, and the never-ending process of forage and feast.
I’m a Canadian living in Wisconsin and I’ve been married for twenty-four years. By day I work as a CPA and on weekends I find time to volunteer and grow food. For fun, I read and review cookbooks for several publishing companies. I’m also what is affectionately called a domestic engineer extraordinaire. Besides the career gig, I love home cooking, baking and taking care of my family and household. You can contact me at email@example.com
Disclaimer- all opinions, expressions, and views are my own personal opinions, expressions, and reviews. Pictures and content are exclusively mine unless otherwise noted. Any change in diet should be under the direct care and supervision of a doctor. My blog is a work in progress and content changes monthly. The blogs I follow, share or link to may or may not share the same opinions, expressions or views as I do. The content of this blog is solely my opinion and is not in any way intended to harm or offend anyone.
This blog is dedicated to my great- great- grandfather Manuel (4th generation farmer) pictured here with my great-great-grandmother. Many many years ago now he bought his first farm in Ontario, Canada and soon after helped to frame his first barn–his pride and joy. Shortly afterward he contracted pneumonia and refusing to rest properly died at the young age of 40. In 2019 my husband and I are planning a trip to visit the site of my gr.gr. grandfather Manuel’s farm.
Great Great Grandma and Great Great Grandpa Manuel
My husband and I enjoying a Sunday afternoon in the park–8/2018
2009-2019 a blog by Kim Vander Werf
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