Bee balm, also known as bergamot, has multiple uses including edible and medicinal uses that make it a must-have.
Many of the things we use today won’t be available after an economic collapse. Homesteaders need to become familiar with these rare skills.
Stocking up on cooking ingredients that never expire will ensure you can cook all sorts of dishes during an emergency.
There are many household items to stockpile in case of shortages. Make these purchases now so you’ll have them when you need them.
There are a few plants you should not grow in your yard if you want to keep the rest of the yard healthy. Avoid these 10 plants.
Making your own disinfectant spray isn’t as hard as it sounds. There are plenty of household items that can reduce the germs in your home.
Keeping your livestock cool in the summer is vital to their health and crucial when raising livestock to feed your family.
Trees are a homesteader’s best friend. They provide shelter from the sun, wind, and rain. And they often have medicinal properties or produce food—or both.
When considering which kind of bird to get, you may find that ducks are better. Consider these tips on why ducks are worth getting instead of chickens.
Many would argue that no homestead is ever finished; there is always something to work on, even decades down the road. It takes time and patience.