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Gleanings From January

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Gleanings from January

Hey, real quick before we dive into this month’s gleanings, I wanted to talk to you about Pinterest. It turns out, they figured out how awesome they are and have decided to capitalize on that and make a bit of money so they’ve gone the way of Facebook and decided that you’re not intelligent enough […] Read more…

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Gleanings From November

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Hey, it’s been awhile since I did a “Gleanings” post, hasn’t it, so how about one today? In all honesty, I haven’t been reading much over the preservation season, which officially ended for us a couple weeks ago. Here are some of my Pinterest followers favorites from last month followed by some interesting links I […] Read more…

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~Gleanings From July~

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Quick! Before it’s time for the August gleanings, here are this from July… Follow Reformation Acres on Pinterest and never miss a pin! Here are some of the followers favorites from last month followed by some interesting links I enjoyed & think you might too… (Subscribers may need to click through for full content)   Read more…

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~Gleanings from June~

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Gleanings from June {2014}

Follow Reformation Acres on Pinterest and never miss a pin! Here are some of the followers favorites from last month followed by some interesting links I enjoyed & think you might too… (Subscribers may need to click through for full content)   • Following Christ as a Lunatic Grass Farmer: An Interview with Joel Salatin […] Read more…

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~Gleanings From May~

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Follow Reformation Acres on Pinterest and never miss a pin! Here are some of the followers favorites from last month followed by some interesting links I enjoyed & think you might too… (Subscribers may need to click through for full content)     • Are We Starving The Hearts Of Our Children?   Could it […] Read more…

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~Gleanings From April~

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It’s May now. But you probably knew that already. And each month I like to share some of my favorite interesting, though-provoking, encouraging, or enlightening articles that I came across the past month. Gleanings, if you will. And for those of you who love Pinterest (ME!!), here are some of the most popular pins that […] Read more…

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~Gleanings From March~

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Gleanings From March: Link Love on Reformation Acres

Follow Reformation Acres on Pinterest and never miss a pin!   •How to Build Your Own Curriculum Without Being A Rocket Scientist When we started out designing our own curriculum 20 years ago we were not at all impressed with the track record of the public school system. After some research we decided that the culturally accepted […] Read more…

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~Gleanings from February~

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Gleanings From February

From off the inboards & around the web- your favorite pins from Reformation Acres Pinterest page and my favorite articles I read in February 2014: •Agrarianism: Forward or Backward Thinking? There was a comment made during my radio interview with Scott Terry which struck a chord with a lot of listeners. In fact I’m guessing […] Read more…

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~Gleanings from December & January~

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Gleanings from January

Because I missed December’s Gleanings post, this one is jam-packed full of goodies so I’m going to get right down to business.In no particular order, here are December and January’s most popular pins from my pinboards. That means these were your favorites and if you’re not already, you can see them all by following Reformation […] Read more…

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~Gleanings From April~

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My favorites and yours from off the Pinboards and around the web… A little potager inspiration for your front yard… not for mine. I’d have to cut down all the trees first. And at this point I’d rather starve than lose even that small buffer from the road noise. (Not to mention privacy!) This is […] Read more…

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