Without years of experience, you may be fooled by common gardening myths that waste time, money, and food.
Pollinator plants attract beneficial insects, birds, and even animals to the garden. Here are the 10 best options to consider.
Pine pitch is an essential part of many homemade remedies and commercial products. Here’s how to make it and how to use it.
If you’re counting on your garden to help sustain you during a disaster, you should focus on high-calorie crops that grow fast.
Neem oil comes from a fruit tree called Azadirachta indica. It is highly effective at battling a wide range of garden problems.
There is a debate among homesteaders about which form you should store your wheat in – whole berries or ground flour. #homesteadsurvivalsite #wheatberries #flour #foodstorage #preparedness
While there are many methods of food preservation, this article will focus on crops that lend themselves well to being stored as they are.
Raising kids on a homestead is one of the best ways to give them a great start in life. The skills and values they learn can help them be successful later #homesteadsurvivalsite #homestead #raisingkids #raisingchildren #homesteading
Living in an area with irritable neighbors or regulations, you need chickens that are on the quieter side. These are known to be less noisy.
Ignoring the rules of canning could lead to poisoning and land you in the hospital or even the morgue. Here are 7 canning mistakes to avoid.