Fall Harvest Festival
By Grit Staff | Oct 6, 2015
Kingsbury, Texas — Join in the fun from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. November 14 with Habitable Spaces in the town of Kingsbury located between San Antonio and Austin. Unincorporated Kingsbury will become an official city November 3, and to celebrate the occasion, the community has come together with Habitable Spaces to collaborate and promote rural art and sustainable farming. There will be a farmers’ market, petting zoo and live music for all to enjoy. Go to Habitable Spaces to find out more.
Train Children to Hunt, Forage, and Identify Plants
Our world has never introduced more technology into our individual lives, offering our children so many roadblocks to natural learning. That’s why it’s so important that parents make a concentrated effort to train our children in almost-forgotten skills of plant identification, foraging and harvesting wild game. Not only do traditional skills provide learning that cannot […]
Letter from Editor Caitlin Wilson emphasizing the need for community, neighbors, connections and communication.
Timeless Chicken Advice
Check out these letters from Grit readers on timeless chicken advice, ventilation, building transformations, classrooms, pickled okra, and Polish Top Hats.