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Skwerl Austin
· May 30, 2015
Amazing people with amazing products the girl is so eager to assist and help a novice like me when I don't know what I need as well as the seasoned horticulturist
Jacqueline Craven
· April 10, 2015
This place rocks!!! Love buying local!! Heather is awesome and takes good care of everyone!
Zambrina Kristina Alexandrea Calderwood
· October 19, 2015
Love Heather! She is so smart and so sweet!!
Ashley Browne
· November 17, 2014
Goldendale Garden supply is the best!
OK. Here's the ice bucket challenge. We're still writing the $100 check and for every like we get over the next 30 days well add another dollar. Challenge is passed on to... Jenna Mount, Klickitat County Fair & Rodeo Queen Shania Wiesenbach, Broken Spur Rodeo Queen Casey Durant Please donate....

This 29 page report goes over a lot of great information. Pretty good read for this time of year! Let's all get excited for Spring!!

Increase your garden’s productivity with growing vertically. Beans, peas, squash and cucumbers love vertical growth. Culinary herbs love the vertical pocket gardens.
A review of popular seed catalogs and recommendations for seeds to start a medium-sized homestead garden.

Great read! Can't wait to see part 2!

Before we started homesteading I would sit and imagine how idyllic and peaceful it would be. Reality is not prettier than what I imagined, but it’s better.

Thank God she was found! Thank you to all that showed concern. I owe you all a HUGE debt of gratitude!

Someone stole Kora from the store today!! If you see her please call the cops!!
It happened about 12:30 pm....

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I hear a lot of people talking about how they want to be self-sufficient. This article is a great read and an awesome place to start.

Planning a garden in advance can help you enjoy local, homegrown food year-round! Estimate how much to grow or buy and learn how to achieve food security with these guidelines.

Time to start thinking about these things.... Spring will be here before any of us realize it!

Parasites catch a bad rap. Often feared and maligned, we tend to overlook the fact that they plant an integral role in the ecological heath of our ecosystems. Though animal and microbial parasites are most familiar, there are parasitic plants as well. What follows is a brief overview of the nature o…
Five foods have been used throughout history to sustain people during winter months, for long-distance travel, or in times of famine: coconuts, flatbread, pemmican, butter tea, and dried plums. Find out how to prepare and store these foods for your emergency or travel needs.

It's about that time of year to start preparing to get our seeds started!

A guide from breaking down how to understand and order from seed catalogs.
You can recycle your Christmas tree and keep it from going to overflowing landfills. Here's how: Make mulch

I would like to take a moment and make everyone aware of our hours over the holidays. If you need us outside of these hours, that's fine. Just call our cell at (509) 439-7338.

Thursday December 24: 10am - 4pm
Friday December 25: CLOSED
Saturday December 26: 12pm - 6pm...
Thursday December 31: 12pm - 4pm
Friday January 1: 1pm - 6pm

Thank you for a wonderful year, Goldendale!! Happy Holidays to each and every one of you. May you all have a safe and blessed holiday season. Many blessings and a prosperous year for 2016!!

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What a great read!

A topic of hot-debate among hen keepers, should you consider adding artificial lighting to your chicken coop?

It'll be time to start seeds before we know it.

Solstice Night is the traditional time to set goals. On that night, we sit by the fire, review the year, and plan for the next. I’ve been thinking about the goals for the garden already; two are building upon existing systems and the third is new. Once I am clear on my goals, I am going to post them…

We're on page 158!! Yay!

Whether you’re a beginner grower or an old pro, mastering the different growth stages of your plants is crucial for the overall yield and success of your crops. We cover the steps to become the master of your garden in this issue—from the seedling to vegetative stage, and fruit/flowering to harvesti…