I'de like to get some good ideas to consider about reviving and putting some pasture that's been unused for years. On the north side is a lot of birdsfoot trefoil that seems a permanent growth. Some grasses in areas but I'm not definite which type. That area also was planted with pine and spruce trees for windbreak. These are approximately 15 ft. high now, but open areas exist. The trefoil grows thoghout that range. I've heard that bees make excellent honey out of trefoil blossoms. The open areas could benefit pasturing something? Any thoughts? On the other side is gradual down hill slope to the south west and fairly well drained except for a low drainage that is intersperesed with willow. That willow brush is now getting about 8 ft. high and spreading. I know that pasture was much clearer before, and thinking it should be revived to a clearer state utiilizing some pasture animals. The open pasture is a good 15 acres or more, and is mixed with a lot of red clover. Another area north beyond the mixed secondary poplar/balsam woods is about a 5 acre clearing of grasses that is adjacent to the low lying beaver pond and meadow. It was fenced before and obviously cattle pastured, though I feel that area is now better utilized in a wild state maybe better for deer and hunting prospects since it's bordered to the west by wildlife park mostly mixed forest of large poplar and black spruce. Nice for trails there to walk or horseback ride, though I don't have that much interest to ride horses in particular. So, given the descriptions above, what ideas might anyone have to improve a homesteading lifestyle here?