This is a rainwater catchment system located on a predator-resistant chicken coop. It saves a lot of time, effort, energy, and money.
Making your own immune-boosting gummy bears is easier than you think. All you need is some gelatin, elderberry syrup, and gummy bear molds.
If you want to test your ability to survive without technology, look at Serious Survivor’s list of 20 survival skills that people have forgotten.
You can easily make a vegetable oil candle with a small bottle, some oil, some cotton yarn, and a little piece of aluminum foil.
In this video from the Youtube channel, Reality Survival, JJ talks about the top 30 foods that can last up to 30 years when stored properly.
There are a lot of everyday items around the home that can help you survive a disaster. One of them happens to be nail polish.
If you’ve never made soap before, this is a great recipe to start with. It’s a hot process soap that’s really good for the skin and really easy to make.
Justin Rhodes is an experienced homesteader who is an absolute expert on growing food and raising chickens. In this video, he shares 12 gardening hacks.
There are several chicken breeds you should avoid, and that is the topic of this video. She talks about her three least-favorite chicken breeds.
If you’re new to homesteading, you might be wondering which livestock to get first. That is the topic of this video from the Youtube channel, Homesteady.