Message from dmac100 in Cascade Front #homesteading-general
or put the responsibility of parenting on those teachers
or the TV
or the media
which is why we have so many wigger children i'm p sure
only care about money
Rich white kids and media with pop music
So here's the question. If, as a community, we all specialize in one area (one person is a shepherd, another orchardman, another wheat, etc) we'd be more dependent upon each other, but it'd probably be more efficient than everyone managing a little of everything. Is this a desirable outcome?
sounds good to me
We'd need to know the numbers and specializations of people beforehand, though, that way we're not setting a potato farmer on a mountainside.
Run it like a medieval fiefdom, but without the king -- everyone has a role
I'm so obsessed with these things.. It's really a marvel
most of these points can be applied to goats as well.
would be nice
yeah, I don't think cotton would be possible in the PNW
And again, wool harvesting and processing is women-friendly work, which is a plus in the long run
Wool if marketed correctly can be sold to people for crafts.
Excellent. We could even make them into crafts ourselves to sell.
Set up weaver shops and what not for the women
could wool possibly be used as natural insulators
no, moths eat wool.
if you like fire, i guess
Wool doesn't burn.
Doesn't it rot though?
they also make a fattier milk. This is great for making cheeses.
I've been lied to by my home ec teacher from middle school then
I watched a guy drunkenly fall into a fire before, the only reason he didn't go the ER is because he had a wool jacket on it and it saved his skin. Literally.
Wool is good for fabrics, crafts, etc. It's also naturally more waterproof than many other fabrics, and is flame-resistant.
It'd be good for making water filters
I shouldn't say "Doesn't burn" as pretty much anything will burn, but wool is a protein fiber according to google, which makes it burn very slowly.