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Doug and Stacy live in a log cabin on 11 acres. They GROW and HARVEST most of their own food. This video walks you through BUILDING A RAISED BED, FILLING IT AND THE BENEFITS of growing food in raised beds. supplies our growing medium and use coupon code “OFFGRID” at check out to save $ ↓↓↓↓↓↓ CLICK “SHOW MORE” FOR RESOURCES ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ Subscribe to OFF GRID with DOUG & STACY: HERE ARE THE T SHIRTS ~ and as always THANKS FOR WATCHING AND SHARING our videos =) MAKE SURE TO GET TICKETS TO OUR HOMESTEADING LIFE CONFERENCE HERE: ******************************************************************* SUPPORT US WHILE YOU SHOP: ~~~~STUFF WE USE AROUND THE HOMESTEAD ~~~~ CLYDES GARDEN PLANNER ~ COUPON CODE “OFF GRID” MASON TOPS FERMENTING KIT —————-SPECIAL DEAL!! Fermentation Tools & Accessories for Mason Jars ALL AMERICAN SUN OVEN —————-SPECIAL DEAL!! LOG OX COUPON CODE “OFFGRID” SWISHER LOG SPLITTERS COUPON CODE “OFFGRID” *REMEMBER ~ IF YOU USE A LINK THAT HAS A COUPON CODE MAKE SURE TO USE IT FOR YOUR PURCHASE WE ONLY GET CREDIT IF YOU USE THE LINKS ABOVE AND WE THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR SUPPORTING OUR WORK =) ** REMEMBER THE LINKS ABOVE COST YOU NO ADDITIONAL MONEY TO SUPPORT THE CHANNEL AND SOME OF THE LINKS ACTUALLY SAVE YOU MONEY =) ******************************************************************* *********LET’S GET SOCIAL********* Follow Doug & Stacy: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Join our Facebook group “Homestead Homies” : Watch more OFF GRID with DOUG & STACY: Recent Uploads: Popular Videos: Foraging and Fermenting: Off Grid Homestead Remedies: Email: About OFF GRID with DOUG and STACY: We moved to our 11 acres in 2011 from a large city in the Midwest with zero carpentry and farming skills. We live with no […]

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  • OFF GRID with DOUG & STACY 6 days ago supplies our growing medium and use coupon code "OFFGRID" at check out to save $

  • Kim Chloe 6 days ago

    I love all your videos so much. What kind of trolls are putting dislikes on these.

  • Hard Truth 6 days ago

    Been watching and subscriber of your videos from beginning. Love your videos. Curious if you use the Ruth Stout method. I know you somewhat use what she did. Just curious? Big Fan. Keep it up.

  • Marty Miller 6 days ago

    Hi, I saw you used treated pine 4x4s (you didn't fool me, Ha Ha). will that cause problems? Also #2>) You inspired me to raise me beds more (2 yrs. ago I put up 12" beds, but I used treated 2×6 and painted them so no bad chemicals would reach the plants. Now if I put cedar 2×6 on top and put in the corner 4×4 (Now there are none) would they last about as long since I used treated and painted pine on the bottom? ( I hate to throw out all that good lumber!)
    Thanx a lot for all your videos. I'm a fan. (Marty Miller 75 y.o. Evansville, IN)

  • Nef Arious 6 days ago

    They throw away dryers in my apartment complex all the time…. and for some reason the inner drum is commonly out sitting Next to the machine…. I took one and it makes a perfect raised be (with drainage holes!) I’m not sure how hard or easy it is to take out the drum your self but it’s an idea and also there are also probably places that have all the washers getting thrown away I don’t know where but my apartment complex is one place LOL

  • Brigite Green 6 days ago

    This is wht I've been looking for.

  • David Pahl 6 days ago

    Excellent Video for the raised garden beginner like me. I've gardened for several years and couldn't figure out why we got such poor vegetable growth results after 3 years. The results of a raised garden are so much better! I can't wait to build my own raised garden and get back to gardening my own fruits and vegetables. Doug and Stacy are an inspiration!

  • Penny Peterson 6 days ago

    Doug, i am going to have raised beds this year! Put the lumber on husbands honey-do-list!! LOL. I have a question: U say to use "hardware cloth". The cloth keeps the bad bugs out BUT, does it keep out the earth worms? I've heard that earth worms n castings r good for the soil.What u say, Sir?

  • Pine Ridge Homestead 6 days ago

    Great video

  • Cliff Molz 6 days ago

    Doug, I'm new to your channel. I noticed you used Cedar for all of the sides of your raised beds, but then used pressure treated lumber for the braces? Wouldn't this have a direct effect on the chemicals in your growing soil? Not trying to be cynical, but I am curious as to why you did this.

  • David G 6 days ago

    Its not just "shrinking." its also saw loss! You must be a millionaire! Cedar is NOT CHEAP! One 2x6x8 cedar board at Lowe's is $12.88 plus tax. So 2 layer bin would be 6 boards. That is $77.28 per bin not counting taxes and screws just for the structure! That is outrageous. I used 5/4 x 6×8 pressure treated deck boards and the cost was around $24 ! NO the chemicals will NOT contaminate your food! That is all BS! They don't use the arsenic /copper anymore and even when they did the plants won't take it up as long as there is sufficient phosphorous in the soil. Today's pressure treated wood is safe to use for gardens. A 5/4 board (1 1/8") thick is plenty for a 4×8 raised bed. $24 instead of $77,, I'm ALL IN! As for the copper used in the PT wood.. copper is a NATURAL MINERAL! just like Iron and magnesium.

  • Teena Skinner 6 days ago

    When you did back to Eden gardening did you plant in the wood chips or pull them aside and plant in soil? Im trying to figure it out . I've seen a lot of videos on it .

  • JULIE PARRY 6 days ago

    Love watching you both, so informative,and such a joy,THANK YOU and many blessings. UK

  • Enlighten559 Clairvoyant Jackie Harris 6 days ago

    Just found this channel, love it! I'm binge watching and learning so much.

  • Hartman Frazer 6 days ago

    Very informative

  • Pen Name 6 days ago

    24:43 We found Mike Rowe from dirty jobs

  • Dochas Pronto 6 days ago

    checking out the links…thanks for the tips!!