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.
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.
If you’re gardening for food, focus on plants that produce the most calories. Examples include corn, beans, lentils, peas, and more.
There’s no need to buy all sorts of cleaning supplies. You can clean your entire home with baking soda, vinegar, and castile soap.
While canning is a relatively simple process, there are some important rules for safe canning you should know before you start.
There are certain vegetables that do particularly well in the fall. Here are the best vegetables to plant for a fall harvest.
Bobby pins aren’t just for pinning up hair. They can be used for all sorts of things around the homestead. Here are just a few examples.
Preserving herbs in vinegar is a great way to save the fresh flavor of a season to use later, and it’s pretty simple. Just follow these tips.
Milk can spoil easily, but there are many ways to use it after its spoiled. It’s good for baking, feeding animals, and nourishing your skin.
There are plenty of ways that our ancestors kept cool without using air conditioning or any modern technology. Here are 10 methods to try.