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Sarah Seufer

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Sarah Seufer is a freelance writer based in the mountains of North Carolina. When she's not writing, you'll find her tending native plants at her local botanical gardens. She loves practicing yoga, hiking and rock climbing with her man.

Recent Posts

Everything You Need to Know About Septic Systems

Everything You Need to Know About Septic Systems

Learning about septic systems can be overwhelming, especially if you've never owned one before. Here, we break down the nitty-gritty on installing...

Foraging Tips for Beginners (and some spring weeds to try!)

Foraging Tips for Beginners (and some spring “weeds” to try!)

Hunting wild edible plants can be as rewarding as hunting for wild animals. Plus, wild plants are healthy additions to your diet; they’re...

So You Want To Build A Barn? Read This Planning Guide First

So You Want To Build A Barn? Read This Planning Guide First

When it comes to barns, there's no one-size-fits-all approach. The best barn for your homestead is one built for your unique needs, climate,...

Spring Break Ideas For Country Kids

Spring Break Ideas For Country Kids

Spring break is kicking off across the South...which means the kiddos will be looking for entertainment all week long. Fortunately, living in the...

Why and How to Install a Gravel Driveway On Your Rural Land

Why and How to Install a Gravel Driveway On Your Rural Land

Consider a gravel driveway if you want to set your house back from the road. Gravel is an affordable option that gives your property some country...

How This Couple Started a Backyard Nursery Business on their Rural Land

How This Couple Started a Backyard Nursery Business on their Rural Land

The Webbs started a daylily business from scratch with a next-to-nothing financial investment and a lot of hard work. Read their story and get...

How To Start Hunting as a Complete Beginner With Small Game

How To Start Hunting as a Complete Beginner With Small Game

Don’t let the hurdles keep you from getting started hunting. Consider small game to gradually build your outdoor skills.