“Starting a Vineyard” at Monticello

By the GRIT staff

Learn the basic principles of grape growing at Monticello’s spring viticulture class.

Hunting Morels

By Caleb Regan

Caleb looks back on time spent hunting morel mushrooms with family, and looks forward to future hauls.

Should You Build Your Own Homestead?

By Bobbi Peterson

Homesteading can be enticing at first glance, and while it does prove to be an idyllic existence for those so inclined to that lifestyle, the road there is not an easy one.

Time for a Fresh Start

By Erin C.

As the new year rolls around, we are making new homestead plans and adjusting old ones.


Fresh Beginnings: What to Know Before Homesteading in 2018

By Megan Wild

If you're planning on homesteading in the upcoming year, here's what you should know beforehand.

Keeping the Spirit

By Lois Hoffman

There is something magical about the Christmas spirit. Wouldn't it be nice if it could last all year through?

Christmas 2017

By Mary Carton

Christmas events are happening all over the Shoals. Here is my Christmas cookie recipe, plus the Hooligans' Christmas card.

Winter projects

By Nebraska Dave

This post is about winter projects.

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