Although ginger has been around for centuries, there is a new upswing of interest. The medicinal qualities alone is enough reason to start growing it.
We have put together 100 links to the top homesteading skills that have worked for us in our quest to homestead. From videos to articles to books and more.
Being frugal and making resources count is an essential on the homestead. Stretching your resources is that much more critical during a recession.
While banana peels on the ground can be a slipping hazard, they also provide some much-needed nutrients to plants. Here’s how to use them in the garden.
There are plenty of bugs you want to have around, especially in your garden. Some look cute while others are scary, but they all can benefit your plants. #homesteadsurvivalsite #gardening #gardeningtips #insects #gardenhacks
The world of grains is ever-expanding. The grains that we think are new to the market, like couscous and quinoa, have been around for centuries. But consumers have demanded access to different sources of protein, vitamins, and unprocessed food a lot more in recent years. Amaranth is now one of those foods that have found […]
Pigs are a great way to raise your own meat, but they do come with their own unique set of quirks. Learn more about the pros and cons of raising pigs. #homesteadsurvivalsite #pigs #livestock #homesteading #raisingpigs
It can be a challenge to care for your animals during the winter months. Learn how to keep your livestock nice and warm this winter with these tips. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homestead #livestock #winter #offgridliving
Chickens are a valuable resource, and their loss is felt in egg production. To protect your food supply, learn about these common chicken predators. #homesteadsurvivalsite #chickens #raisingchickens #keepingchickens #predators
I decided to make my own oat milk and share the process. Not only was this oat milk recipe easy to make, most of my family liked it. #homesteadsurvivalsite #oatmilk #milk #healthyfood #homemade