If you have to drive in the snow, be prepared for the worst. Find out what to do if you’re stuck in the snow and what you need to have.
You may not need every homesteading tool that I use, but over time you’ll figure which ones you need for your homestead. Here are the essentials. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homestead #homesteading #offgrid #tools #supplies
If you’ve got a sunny window, you’ve got the makings of a kitchen herb garden. I just love having fresh herbs at my fingertips all year long. Fresh herbs can enhance ordinary culinary dishes, add extra nutrition to your meals, and add fragrance and beauty to your home. Growing herbs is both easy and affordable. […]
Dehydration works by removing the moisture content from food. How do you dehydrate food properly so that it stores well and stays safe to eat? #homesteadsurvivalsite #dehydration #foodpreservation #foodstorage #preparedness
Heating your off-grid home in the winter can be a challenge. Here’s how to stay nice and warm no matter how cold it gets outside.
Which homestead animals should you start with? Keep reading to discover which animals are the best to start with and why. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homesteading #homesteadanimals #livestock #homesteading
Long-term health is as important to survival as emergency food. If you are looking for healthy food, check out these survival superfoods.
If you’re wondering what kinds of fowl you can mix with your backyard flock, keep reading. What birds of a feather can you flock together on your farm? #homesteadsurvivalsite #birds #raisingchickens #poultry #raisingbirds
You might be surprised at all the foods you can grow in buckets on your balcony, porch, or patio. Here are some best foods to grow.
If you have a flock of chickens, you’ll want to protect your investment of chickens, eggs, and pets from hungry predators.