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Most people are storing their food wrong and don’t even know it. By refrigerating certain foods, you’re causing them to spoil faster.
There’s a lot we can learn from The Great Depression. When the dollar stops going as far and companies start making major cuts, resourcefulness will be your most valuable asset.
Compost is the product you get out of composting – a material that you can as fertilizer in the garden and to build up soil structure.
In the spirit of homesteading, every piece of metal, plastic, and cordage from your lawnmower can be reused around your house or property.
Each of these self-sufficiency skills will teach your children to analyze problems and find solutions on their own.
Whether you’re out in public, going camping, or surviving a long-term disaster, it’s time to consider some toilet paper alternatives.
Most people use pesticides to get rid of ants, but there are all-natural alternatives that are safer, cheaper, and effective.
These off grid and homesteading movies demonstrate the power of people’s will to live and how important it is to prepare.