via Body Unburdened
Oh, I think this would be perfect for the school garden, especially in the areas where there’s not much ground space.
Soap making in the woods can be almost automatic. Hardwood ashes are some of the best producers of lye. Add a bucket of rain water and some left-over cooking fat and you can easily brew up enough soap to clean everybody and everything.
By Paul D. Matteoni
ILLUSTRATION: MOTHER EARTH NEWS STAFF
Originally posted on Lost Art Press:
Let the boy learn a trade. Watch him at his work and at his play; study his likes and dislikes; place him in a position where he can exercise his talent— if he has any—or his creative genius. Place him where he can learn a trade for which he is best adapted, mentally and physically, and if in after years, he chooses to follow any other line of…