Although some people think of borage as a nuisance weed, this self-seeding herb has plenty of great uses around the home.
Communication will be vital after a major disaster. From hi-tech to low-tech, here are 11 ways to communicate after the grid goes down.
Bee-friendly solutions like companion planting and attractant plants can help keep garden pests at bay without the use of harsh chemicals.
You can easily make charcoal if you live in a neighborhood that will tolerate a smoky fire that burns for a while.
There are some veggies you can plant once and pretty much forget about. Here are some plant-and-forget vegetables to add to your garden.
There are many great pig breeds for homesteaders, but don’t just get any breed. Research and figure out which pig breed is right for you.
A food co-op is kind of like a grocery store that’s owned by the people who shop there. Here are the benefits and drawbacks of a food co-op.
There are dozens of gardening tools. In this guide, we go over seven main categories of garden tools and explain what they’re for.
If you want to keep your emergency supplies safe from looters, consider putting them in these clever hiding spots around your home.
Mulch is any organic (or sometimes inorganic) matter that can be safely spread around plants to accomplish a variety of things.