Di-Anne Seebregts

Di-Anne Devenish Seebregts was raised in an environment where daily life consisted of hiking, environmental conservation, growing fruit and vegetables, and raising poultry for meat and eggs. She combined her passion for the writing word with her love of the pride that comes with not relying on others. She raised three children (who are now adults) to value the environment, and understand the value of being self-sufficient.

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Off The Grid Cooking 40 Ways to Do It

Many third-world country inhabitants have never been required to prepare a meal without a gas or electric stove. But for centuries, people have been baking bread, preparing fish, making jerky, cooking meat, and even making pizzas without electricity. As a keen outdoors woman/hiker/climber/canoeist/horse trail rider, I have often had to do without electricity for weeks …

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How to Homeschool Your Children If They Have Special Needs

I have a very passionate, personal motivation for enriching the lives of people living with disabilities. I myself am disabled, I have a son with a serious form of epilepsy and is on the autism spectrum, a daughter who I rebel against calling “normal”. She was diagnosed as a downs baby when I was pregnant, …

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New Hampshire Chickens – What You Need to Know

Originating in America in 1910, professor ‘Red’ Richardson with input from local farmers and the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station began the process of creating the New Hampshire hen. This was in response to poultry breeders desire for hens that are fast feathering and chickens that grew and matured quicker than the Rhode Island Red …

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