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COntents How to clean your outdoor furniture ..........................................................4 A Note From The SBAOR President: Fed’s aggressive rate hike may influence ‘shrinking buyer pool’...............6 Handyman: Replacing an old hardwood floor................................................................6 Santa Barbara County Sales........................................................................8 Keep your summer projects checklist on track with these tasks...............11 Backyard Farmer He raises rabbits, chickens, tilapia and fresh vegetables at home. ...........12

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How to clean your outdoor furniture

Proper care and cleaning can keep your patio furniture looking new for years to come.

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By HomeAdvisor Summertime’s in full swing. You’ve put the finishing touches on your outdoor living area and you’re enjoying Sunday barbecues and evenings relaxing by the fire pit. But are you thinking about the maintenance of your outdoor furniture? Regularly cleaning your outdoor furniture will ensure that it lasts throughout the seasons. And cleaning it right will ensure that you’ll get to enjoy it for many years to come. Here’s what you need to know to properly clean the most popular outdoor furnishing materials:

WICKER FURNITURE

Cleaning wicker furniture can be tricky because dirt can accumulate on the delicate crevices of the weaves. Wipe spills immediately and vacuum or use a small brush on the furniture regularly to remove dust. If the wicker is soiled, use a soft bristle brush and mild soap to wipe it off. Then, rinse it with a low-pressure hose and let it dry completely before sitting (moisture and pressure from use can cause the furniture to sag).

WICKER WEATHER CARE:

Outdoor wicker furniture must be maintained every season. Too much heat can make the weave brittle, while too much moisture can cause mold growth. During winter, store the items indoors or use patio covers to protect them from snow or rain. Some furniture is water-resistant. If yours is not, coat the pieces with a sealant if you plan to leave them outdoors for a prolonged period of time.

WOODEN FURNITURE

Outdoor wooden furniture such as teak is relatively expensive and needs extra care to keep it in good condition. Spray with a wood cleaner and scrub the surface with a soft brush once every two weeks. Moisture is to wood what rust is to iron so make sure you always keep your wooden furniture dry. Dampness will cause the wood to develop mildew.

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WOOD WEATHER CARE:

Weathering is common in wooden furniture, and it happens when the furniture is exposed to sunlight and rain. Apply wood oil and let it sit for several hours before you gently wipe the surface with a clean rag. Oil conditions the wood, restores the original color and provides added protection. During winter, deep clean the furniture before storing indoors, or invest in quality outdoor furniture covers.

ALUMINUM FURNITURE

Aluminum furniture is durable and versatile — and it doesn’t need much care because it doesn’t rust like iron. However, it is necessary to maintain aluminum to extend its life. Wash with a low-pressure hose to remove any accumulated dirt or debris. And avoid high pressure as it could damage the finish. Spray a mixture of mild soap and lukewarm water onto the furniture and wipe it off with a clean cloth. Gentle and repeated wiping helps remove the scuffs caused by other metal objects. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or other chemicals.

ALUMINUM WEATHER CARE:

Aluminum is known for its low maintenance and ability to withstand extreme weather conditions like sun, rain, sleet and snow. You can leave these pieces outdoors without worrying about damage. They’re safe to store in colder seasons after simply cleaning and drying them

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thoroughly. To protect against ultraviolet exposure, corrosion and pitting, coat the furniture with automobile wax or baby oil once a year.

WROUGHT-IRON FURNITURE

Clean wrought-iron furniture regularly using a rag dipped in a mixture of mild soap and water. Hose it off if there are intense stains — but be sure to dry it completely to avoid rusting. If the paint is wearing away, repaint it using a spray-on painter or a brush.

WROUGHT IRON WEATHER CARE:

Rusting can be a problem with wrought iron, so it’s necessary to take preventative measures after purchasing. Exposure to rain, acids in bird droppings and chipping paint can cause rust to develop. If the damage is mild, sand it off with the right type of sandpaper for your furniture. If the furniture is severely damaged, it’s probably best to replace it. HomeAdvisor is an online marketplace connecting homeowners with trusted service professionals to complete home projects. Visit HomeAdvisor.com. ©2018 HomeAdvisor

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A note from the SBAOR President

Your Handyman By Mark Baird

By Bob Walsmith, Jr. President of the Santa Barbara Association of REALTORS®

Fed’s Aggressive Rate Hike May Influence ‘Shrinking Buyer Pool’ The Federal Reserve unleashed another hike to its short-term benchmark rate Wednesday. The increase, the Fed’s largest since 1994, likely will have an impact on the housing market, economists say. The Fed’s key rate often influences mortgage rates, though it doesn’t directly affect them. Rates are moving at a much faster clip than most housing analysts forecast. On Wednesday, the central bank’s Federal Open Market Committee voted to increase its benchmark funds rate by three-quarters of a percentage point to help tame inflation, which is at a 40year high. Banks use the Fed’s rate as a benchmark for what they charge one another for short-term borrowing. The Fed’s latest hike sets a “big increase in interest rates and means several more rounds of rate hikes are on the way in upcoming months,” says Lawrence Yun, chief economist of the National Association of REALTORS®. So far this year, the short-term Fed funds rate has jumped by 175 basis points. The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage has jumped even more — by nearly 300 basis points. For a $300,000 mortgage, the monthly payment has increased from $1,265 in December to $1,800 today, Yun says. “That’s painful and, consequently, will shrink the buyer pool,” Yun says. “Home sales have recently been trending down toward 2019 figures. Sales could fall even further, with some inventory sitting on the market for more than a month like in pre-pandemic days. Pricing a listed home properly will, therefore, be the key to attracting buyers.” Mortgage rates will stabilize when consumer price inflation starts to fall, Yun adds. Rising Mortgage Rates Last week, the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 5.23%, according to Freddie Mac. A year ago, rates averaged 2.96%. By some measures, mortgage

rates were just shy of 6% — at 5.99% — on Wednesday. Consumers haven’t seen mortgage rates above 6% since 2008. The pace of this move is what’s most concerning, as consumers’ buying power evaporated quicker than any time in recent memory. Further, volatility in rates may not decrease anytime soon either. More aspiring home buyers are getting priced out. In response, mortgage applications, a gauge of homebuying demand, have been falling by double digits. Mortgage rates going forward will continue to be responsive to changes in expectations around the Fed’s policy path as well as inflation expectations. The housing market is still extremely tight, with inventory levels remaining near historic lows, leaving room for the market to absorb falling demand. The Fed committee hopes its more aggressive approach will help lessen inflation. “Clearly, today’s 75-basis-point increase is an unusually large one, and I do not expect moves of this size to be common,” Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said at a news conference Wednesday. Still, Powell said he expected the Fed’s July meeting to see another increase of 50 or 75 basis points, but he said decisions will be made “meeting by meeting.” Nevertheless, the committee still appeared optimistic about the economy. “Overall economic activity appears to have picked up after edging down in the first quarter,” the committee said in a statement. “Job gains have been robust in recent months, and the unemployment rate has remained low. Inflation remains elevated, reflecting supply-anddemand imbalances related to the pandemic, higher energy prices and broader price pressures.” The committee is forecasting inflation to move significantly lower in 2023. As with everything else that deals with real estate, contact your local trusted REALTOR® for guidance and help.

Bob Walsmith, Jr. can be reached at 805-720-5362 or emailed at Bob@BobWalsmithJr.com

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Replacing an Old Hardwood Floor QUESTION: As best as we can figure, our upper State Street area home was built in 1938 and like most all homes built at around that time, it has oak flooring throughout the rooms in the house. Over the years our floors have been sanded and refinished so many times that nail heads are showing and there are many areas that have suffered from termites and water damage. At some time in the past carpeting was laid over the hardwood and there are signs of the carpeting tack strips around the perimeter of the rooms. My wife has finally convinced me that it is time for new hardwood floors, but we have no idea how to start this project. I am a do-ityourselfer and would like to keep the cost of this project down by doing as much of the work myself that I can. YOUR HANDYMAN: Most homes that were built in the United States prior to 1950 were finished with hardwood floors in the living rooms, bedrooms, hallways and even the kitchens and bathrooms. At that time hardwood flooring was affordable, easy to maintain, and could be sanded down and refinished if it started to show signs of excessive wear or damage. Carpeting was an expensive flooring option then and was only woven at that time out of natural fibers like cotton and wool, both of which were difficult to keep clean and didn’t hold up very well in the average family home. Nylon was invented by the DuPont Corporation in the 1930’s but it wasn’t until the late 1940’s that DuPont introduced nylon fibers that could be woven and tufted into carpeting and the soon to be familiar term “wall to wall carpeting” was born. Nylon carpets were affordable, soft, somewhat resistant to stains, and were the “hot’ new thing for the modern home. The synthetic carpet industry experienced meteoric growth and by the mid 1950’s nylon carpet had become the homeowner’s choice over hardwood flooring. Homes built prior to the 1950’s often had their hardwood flooring covered over with new synthetic carpeting rather than having the floors sanded down and refinished by a flooring contractor. Fast forward to the second decade of the second millennium and you are not alone in wanting new hardwood flooring in your home. It seems that

we have come full circle on flooring options, hardwood flooring is very popular again, and many homeowners want to keep their old wood floors or replace their carpeting with new wood floors. Many people suffer from allergic symptoms from dust that can be trapped in carpeting and padding, carpets can hold odors, and also can easily be stained by rowdy children, renters and pets. The first step in replacing your hardwood floors is to select the new flooring. Generally, there are two types of hardwood flooring: manufactured and solid wood. Manufactured floorboards usually have a laminated plywood or particle board base with a thin layer of hardwood veneer as the finished surface that is glued onto the base. This veneer is stained and sealed at the factory, the factory finish is exceptionally hard and durable, and no onsite sanding or staining is required. The boards will usually have a slight mitre on each edge which allows for minor height irregularities in the subfloor, since the boards are not sanded onsite. Manufactured floorboards tend to be less expensive than solid wood, but their main drawback is that if the plywood or particle board backing gets even slightly wet, in most cases it will swell up and need to pulled up and replaced. Solid wood boards can also be finished offsite and then installed with a mitred edge or they can arrive to the job unfinished, be sanded onsite after installation to hide any slight rises or dips in the subfloor, stained and sealed. Once you and your wife have selected what type of floorboards you want installed, the next step is to remove all the base boards from the rooms that are being redone. If you are planning to keep the same base board, you can very carefully remove each piece, number each base board piece on its back surface, write the same number on the wall where it was removed, and store the boards for re-installation. Next is the removal of the old hardwood floor by cross cutting it in 2’ intervals with a circular saw taking care to not cut the subfloor boards. Once the old floor is crosscut it can be scrapped up with a concrete breaker bar or a crowbar, taking care not to damage the walls or casement trim around the doors. Once all the pieces of the old floor have been hauled off to the dump, the hundreds (maybe thousands) of old flooring nails need to be pulled and any

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940 Flora Vista Road The Ultimate Mesa Destination! Contemporary Farmhouse Redesigned for Indoor Outdoor Entertaining. A True Chef’s Kitchen with Concrete Counters Opens to a Magical Garden Paradise Designed by Progressive Landscape. Large Flagstone Patio is Accessed by Double French Doors to BBQ Bar & Pizza Oven. All Overlook a Private Grassy Play Area Surrounded by Strategically Placed Natural Stone Walls. There are endless Opportunities for Alfresco Dining. Relax your Evening away in the Spa Pavilion. The Spacious Primary Suite with Private Deck offers a European Style Bath with Claw Foot Tub, Separate Shower & Walk in Closet. Guest Rooms are Comfortably Placed with Nice Windows & Easy Outdoor Access. Double Gates on Either Side of the House are Ideal for Surfboards & Bicycle Parking.

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Santa BarBara County SaleS

This is a partial list of all recorded residential sales in Santa Barbara County from June 13 thru June 17, 2022. While these recordings are public record, the News-Press receives this information from an outside source. This list does not represent all sales that occurred over this time period. Consult your REALTOR® for further information regarding home sales in your area of interest.

AREA

ADDRESS

SELLER

BUYER

PRICE

CARPINTERIA

130 ASH AVE 20

JAKEL KARL

GRAHAM CHARLES

$800,000

6/13/2022

4515 CARPINTERIA AVE G

CLARK CHRISTINE EU

ROSS DANIEL EU

$985,000

6/14/2022

1272 CRAVENS LN 1

COLLINS SUSAN EA

WILLIAMS DAN EU

$1,250,000

6/15/2022

6381 ROSE LN A

CARET INDUSTRIES INC

RINCON REAL ESTATE LLC

$1,550,000

6/14/2022

589 TORO CANYON PARK RD SHOTO LAND COMPANY

LOVE 4 EARTH LLC

$5,025,000

6/15/2022

578 MILLS WAY

PAKBAZ RYAN EU

CHAVEZ JUAN

$875,000

6/15/2022

6234 MARLBOROUGH DR

MOORE LINDA EA

SECURITY EAT 676 INC

$1,400,000

6/17/2022

967 N SAN MARCOS RD

EYMAN KEVIN EA

MORENO GARY EA

$1,650,000

6/14/2022

912 N M PL

SEXTON KRISTOPHER

WALLACE BRIAN EU

$380,000

6/16/2022

229 AMHERST PL

NELSON BONNIE

ARROYO ARIEL

$410,000

6/14/2022

338 S B ST

BENSON GARRY EA

RAMIREZ ANDREW

$435,000

6/16/2022

1116 W CHERRY AVE

SIGNORELLI STEVEN EU

JUAREZ BRITTAY EU

$500,000

6/13/2022

115 E HICKORY AVE

HINKENS MICHAEL

CASTILLO MARGARITO EU

$550,000

6/17/2022

1340 N G ST

HARWOOD ROBERT EA

LOPEZ ANGELES EA

$576,000

6/17/2022

525 N L ST

CALIGIURI ANTHONY EA

SHANKAR-SARIN RESHMI

$625,000

6/13/2022

1575 EAST VALLEY RD

CHELINI GREGORY EA

BOGAN ELIHU EA

$4,500,000

6/14/2022

400 HOT SPRINGS RD

AZAVEDO CELSO EA

596 SAUSALITO BLVD LLC

$4,800,000

6/16/2022

612 COWLES RD

SINGER MAURICE EA

MARIN ALEXANDER EU

$5,075,000

6/14/2022

236 LAS ENTRADAS DR

MCCALL DONALD EA

BAKER-COREY CARIE EA

$6,000,000

6/17/2022

LOS OLIVOS

3235 ROBLAR AVE

LIEFF ROBERT EU

MAC SNATA YNEZ PARTNERS

$13,500,000

6/15/2022

SANTA BARBARA

3639 SAN REMO DR 20

DINIZ FAWN

HOMELIGHT REAL ESTATE II

$800,000

6/15/2022

749 CALLE DE LOS AMIGO

OSHIKA EDGAR EU

ZUROSKE PATRICK EU

$875,000

6/15/2022

802 EUCALYPTUS AVE

FRANK STEPHEN EA

WILLIAMS ANGUS EA

$1,210,000

6/15/2022

110 POWERS AVE

110 POWERS AVENUE

CVC POWERS AVENUE

$1,345,000

6/15/2022

361 APPLE GROVE LN

MAGID MARK EA

MULLINIX JESSICA

$1,545,000

6/14/2022

1716 SUNSET AVE

RAIMONDI CHRIS EA

TIDE ROCL NEWCO 2 LLC

$1,710,000

6/15/2022

1628 SAN ANDRES ST

SBMR LLC

GILSON MICHAEL

$1,960,000

6/15/2022

1527 CRESTLINE DR

CRAIG MARILYN EA

RIESI FAMILY LLC

$2,100,000

6/17/2022

820 CORONEL ST

HAMILTON JAMES EA

LEONARD GRAYSON EA

$2,150,000

6/14/2022

1040 VERONICA SPRINGS RD SHELTON JO-ANN EA

THOMAN DAVID EU

$3,000,000

6/17/2022

2044 GARDEN ST

CHELINI GREGORY EA

$4,750,000

6/17/2022

GOLETA

LOMPOC

MONTECITO

BUETTNER ANKE EA

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NEW LISTING ON THE MESA Open Today 1-4

1919 El Camino De La Luz Offered at $3,695,000 This is the Santa Barbara ocean view beach house you have been waiting for! Wake up to the tranquil sound of waves on the shore and the rejuvenating breeze of fresh ocean air. Enjoy complete serenity while overlooking the spectacular Pacific Ocean and Channel Islands. Spanish for path of light, “El Camino De La Luz” is a highly desired cul-de-sac street in the heart of the Mesa neighborhood. Although you may have an incredible vision to transform this property into your dream home, the existing residence is a charming single-level California cottage in good condition with hardwood floors and dual-pane windows throughout. The living room has jaw-dropping ocean views, a cozy gas fireplace, and open beam ceilings. Just outside the kitchen is a large deck to enjoy dining al fresco with the ocean and islands as your stunning backdrop. There is a detached 2-car garage and ample driveway space. At the end of this quiet street is a pedestrian walking bridge that offers easy access to La Mesa Park, Lazy Acres, and the Mesa Shopping Center. This home is centrally located near the Mesa Lane Steps to the beach, the Douglas Preserve, Shoreline Park, Hendry’s Beach, and Eling’s Park. Washington Elementary School. Mike and Lyle Richardson Team@mrraltors.com 805.963.1704 www.mrrealtors.com BRE Lic. #00635254 + #01902531

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Santa BarBara County SaleS AREA

ADDRESS

SELLER

BUYER

PRICE

SANTA BARBARA

4625 VIA CARRETAS

GORDON STEPHEN EA

EFG HOLDINGS LLC

$7,800,000

6/14/2022

3911 VIA LAGUNA

WHITED RONALD EA

DIPAOLA NEIL EA

$10,256,000

6/17/2022

4621 VIA ROBLADA

4621 VIA ROBLADA LLC

CAMINO RUIZ LLC

$17,250,000

6/14/2022

1117 W EL CAMINO ST

ROSAS RUBEN EU

PREMIER REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT $335,000

6/14/2022

2496 VILLAGE GREEN

RANDALL ROBERT EU

BORCHER VICKIE C

$360,000

6/14/2022

513 RICE RANCH RD

TERRONES LARRY

MENDOZA ROSSIEL EU

$375,000

6/17/2022

1872 ELMWOOD DR

UTITUS PATRICK EA

YURITZI KARLA EA

$480,000

6/16/2022

1025 E ORANGE ST

MURRAY PATRICK EA

D&D INVESTMENTS

$490,000

6/17/2022

606 W EL CAMINO ST

MONTOYA IRMA EU

BAZAN FLORA EU

$495,000

6/16/2022

2140 N GARDEN DR

BRECKENRIDGE PROPERTY FUND

ESPINOZA LUIS

$535,000

6/13/2022

2217 MOGUL AVE

FANSHIER, JOHN W

GUZMAN FREDDY EU

$583,000

6/17/2022

1380 VIA ALTA

GONZALES EFRAIN EU

DEMARSE LORI EU

$690,000

6/14/2022

730 VIA VISTA VERDE

ALLEN DONALD EA

KREUTZ GEORGE EU

$710,000

6/17/2022

4648 MARLENE DR

BARNETT WILLIAM EA

CARD ADAM EU

$727,000

6/13/2022

650 FOXENWOOD DR

WALSH GERALD EA

FLANAGAN HANPTON EU

$765,000

6/17/2022

1117 CLUBHOUSE DR

HURNBLAD JEROD EU

MCCOLLUM DEBORAH EA

$828,000

6/17/2022

520 MOONCREST LN

ROCHA DAVID EA

MATUKITIS CLAUDIA EA

$830,000

6/17/2022

1036 DIAMOND DR

WALMSLEY MATTHEW EU

QUITERO JULIO EA

$850,000

6/14/2022

970 FLAGSTONE DR

DEUPREE CORENE EA

DAVISSON DIANE

$950,000

6/17/2022

441 POPPINGA WAY

GOUGH CYNTHIA EA

MINSTER ZACHARY EA

$1,100,000

6/17/2022

1909 S BROADWAY

TCH INVESTMENTS LLC

K HARRINGTON INVESTMENTS LLC $1,300,000

6/15/2022

2275 ORTEGA HILL RD

HENZELL-LOPPZ EA

MCCARTHY ROAD PRODUCTIONS $1,450,000

6/14/2022

1770 OCEAN OAKS RD

CHRISTENSEN SCOTT EA

REED RYAN EU

$1,875,000

6/14/2022

350 GREENWELL AVE

MCMORROW ROBERTA EA

HARKER WILLIAM EA

$10,200,000

6/17/2022

205 E NEWLOVE DR E

TEIXEIRA WENDY EA

GARCIA MARTHA

$320,000

6/17/2022

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Keep your summer projects checklist on track with these tasks

The summer is a great time to ensure your gutters are in top shape before the arrival of fall leaves. Photo courtesy Oleksandr Rado/Dreamstime/TNS

By Cathy Hobbs Now that summer is approaching (June 21st), for many, it signals lazy days and longer nights. The season may also be a wonderful time to catch up on maintenance projects and complete all of your to-do projects around the house. In general, a number of maintenance tasks can be done in order to preserve the look and efficiency of your home, while also helping to continue to bring you peace of mind. Looking to take on some maintenance projects this summer? Here are some summer tasks to help keep your checklist on track!

1. Gutter maintenance

The summer is a great time to ensure your gutters are in top shape before the arrival of fall leaves.

2. House repainting

The summer is a good time to take on an exterior painting project when days are longer and sunny.

3. Lawn maintenance

Summer is a good time to seed your lawn and replant any landscape that may not have survived winter.

4. Home improvement projects

So many homeowners wait until summer to take on the home improvement projects that have been on their wish list all year. Looking for ideas? Why not incorporate a fire pit or stone patio into your outdoor environment?

5. Tree maintenance

Following the winter hibernation period, all of nature’s creatures are back. Often lowhanging branches may be an attractive means of access to your attic or roof for a curious animal.

6. Insect control

You may want to protect your backyard barbecues and picnics from unwanted visitors.

7. Driveway repaving

Just like how potholes are created in the street, your driveway may need a fresh coat to help ensure a smooth ride home this summer.

8. Check your water connections

From outdoor kitchen faucets to your garden hose, now is a good time to make sure everything is in working order.

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damaged subfloor boards need to be replaced. The annoying squeaks that are often heard while walking on hardwood floors are caused by a loose board that is riding up and down on a nail, so at this point in the job you want to make sure that the subfloor is very firmly attached to the floor joists. Using a nail gun loaded with 2’ ring shank nails, follow each floor joist across the room and nail at least 2 new nails in every subfloor board as they cross each joist. The last step in preparing for the new floor is to glue and nail a layer of plywood down over the subfloor using a liquid nails type of construction adhesive and taking care to nail into the joists. Leave a ½” gap between each sheet of plywood to allow for expansion. Now you are ready for the new hardwood floor to be installed which is a job that is way beyond the abilities of most homeowner do-it-yourselfers, and you need the services of an experienced flooring contractor. The actual laying of a hardwood floor is a job left to the experts otherwise you may end up with a flawed floor that squeaks. Once the floor is set, depending on the style of flooring you selected, the job may be complete or the flooring contractor will then sand the new wood smooth, stain and seal. After the sealer is allowed a couple of days to dry, you will then be able to move furniture back in, install your baseboard and enjoy your beautiful new floors.

9. Purge

Now is a great time to clear out that basement, shed or attic and get rid of all those unwanted and unused items.

10. Check windows and doors

During winter months there is a need to keep cold temperatures out and in summer months, a desire is to keep cool temperatures in. Given the milder temperatures, summer is a good time to consider upgrading or replacing doors and windows.

Mark Baird is a General Contractor & the Owner of “Your Handyman” servicing Santa Barbara since 2006. You can contact Mark at 805-968-1234 or email him at: mark.baird@sbcoxmail.com. Visit his website at: www.yourhandymansb.com.

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Backyard Farmer

He raises rabbits, chickens, tilapia and fresh vegetables at home. He wants you to do it, too.

Hartford backyard farmer Travis Steward checks his kale plants inside a greenhouse he built behind his home in the southend of Hartford. Steward started with an egg that became a compact garden that produces eggs, vegatables, and fish to eat for his family and friends. Photos courtesy Michael McAndrews/Hartford Courant/TNS

By Ted Glanzer While there’s still plenty of debate swirling around the age-old question, Hartford resident Travis Stewart is certain what came first for him: the egg. Then came the chickens. The self-proclaimed Backyard Farmer on Preston Street, whose operation includes two raised-bed gardens with kale, mint and other vegetables; an aquaponic setup with 50-plus tilapia and duckweed; a hydroponic system growing Swiss chard, tomatoes and cucumbers, and a coop with 17 chickens and three rabbits, started five years ago when he and his daughter, Akilah, hatched an egg as part of a science project. Two eggs, actually. Those two chicks, Sunny and Moon, grew to adulthood and led Stewart and his wife, Kaysle Brooks, to build an 8-by8-foot coop and stock it with more chickens. What followed was a steady supply of eggs. “We offered some to some people, then we started selling the eggs,” Stewart said. “Friends of mine started coming to me to say they love the farm fresh eggs.”

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That’s when Stewart decided to make daily videos that provide people a window into what his life is like. “No tutorials, just about how I’m living in Hartford,” he said. Stewart and Brooks then expanded their operation into growing fresh vegetables in the backyard. Around that time, Stewart, a fit martial arts instructor, started feeling more and more fatigued. He also began experiencing piercing, unrelenting back pain. A visit to the chiropractor only made things worse. Finally relenting to his wife’s prodding to get checked out, Stewart learned he had multiple myeloma, a form of blood cancer. Though the diagnosis was shocking, he did not panic. “I was like, ‘OK, what do I do now?’ I have it. I can’t worry

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about it. I said, ‘What do I do now?’ “I’m on this path. I’m not going to fight it. I had cut everything [in the backyard]. We still had this gardening stuff.” So Stewart, 43, continued to focus on his garden as he battled cancer, which currently is in remission. He’s quick to point out he saw a terrific specialist and went through chemotherapy. But he also credits gardening with saving his life. “It’s magical; it’s spiritual,” he said. “You have a seed. You put the seed in the ground, and just by faith you know that with everything you did, it is going to produce and grow. If you do everything right, you don’t have to worry about anything. Just let nature happen. That’s beautiful.

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BACKYARD FARMER Continued from page 12 “It’s growing; you get so excited. It grows and expands. From one seed, you get a whole bunch of different fruits or vegetables. I did this with my own two hands.” His videos, which he posts on social media, including Facebook, went from providing a window into his life to cajoling others into doing what he does with whatever space they have. “My platform now is me saying, ‘You can do it, too,’” he said. “If you want to learn anything, learn how to grow a seed, even if it’s just in a pot or whatever. You don’t have to do a big operation. Don’t compare yourself to me, because I’m different from you.” While farming’s reputation is that it’s notoriously labor-intensive, that’s not the case with Stewart’s setup. “My backyard is designed for laziness,” he said. “Not because I want to be lazy. … But I can come back here and be done in 5 minutes. I don’t have to do much with this.” In his never-ending quest to improve and expand on his operation, Stewart linked up with the Knox Urban Farming Program as well as local leaders such as Kamora Herrington to plant the seeds of knowledge in other residents that backyard farming is not only possible but achievable. Knox, which also provides free seeds to Hartford residents for farming and gardening, is “a gold mine,” Stewart said. He takes every chance he gets to promote organizations such as Knox, Hands of Hartford and the Hartford Food System through his frequent videos. Patrick Doyle, executive director of Knox, said Stewart’s work fits perfectly with a couple of Knox’s missions.

“He does amazing work on his property with his farming,” Doyle said. “A big chunk of our work is about urban farming and gardening and really helping people in the city that want to grow food either for themselves or to sell as a farmer or small business person. We’ve got space and programming to help them to do that. … “He’s just such a positive person and brings such good energy to what he’s doing. That’s great to have with our community of farmers.” Herrington doesn’t mince words in talking about Stewart. “He is an amazing human being,” Herrington said. “Everybody needs to know about him and what he’s doing. … Along with creating an entire ecosystem that can be and will be self-sustaining, he’s doing what made sense. … You look at the martial arts piece, you look at the farming piece, and he’s figuring it out with what he’s got. … “He’s a lifelong learner. … I want my son to be with him more Travis Steward holds a basket full of his daily harvest of eggs laid by his chickens he … learn how to be a man, learn keeps in his backyard garden. how to be a human being who is in control of his environment.” Stewart says he grows everything Akilah wants to be a veterinarian, Stew- the miracle happen. … Get involved. Drag for his family and anyone who wants to be a art said, hence the rabbits. And when he goes your kids outside. Get into the sun. Get into part of it. into the backyard to do some work, he beck- the soil. Have that conversation. Listen. … “It was never for money,” he said. ons his kids to help. Tell them, ‘Let’s plant something together. I He also uses his backyard farm as a means “Whatever you can do in the moment, do want to have a relationship with you.’” to connect with his children, Nathaniel, 12, it,” Stewart said. “Come out here with your and Akilah, 15. kids, get some free seeds, plant it and watch Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

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