There’s more to first aid the cuts and scrapes. Here’s why you need an emergency dental kit and what to put in it.
The first freeze wipes out many herbs. Here’s how to save the best of the bunch and preserve them for the months ahead.
Homesteading is an active lifestyle and many injuries are a fact of homesteading life. Here’s how to build a homestead first aid kit.
Tribes around the world have used tree bark for everything from cups to canoes. In this article, we’ll learn how to make survival tools.
Some trees just aren’t worth the trouble. They grow slowly, tend to die off, make a mess, and more. Here are six trees you don’t want.
From Radish Greens to Watermelon Rind Pickles, There’s More in Your Garden Than Meets the Eye. Most people throw out parts of vegetables that are not only good to eat but often have higher nutritional value than the other parts. For example, turnip greens pack more nutrients than the turnip itself, including calcium, manganese, folate, […]
As food shortages continue to occur, more and more people are planting gardens to supplement their groceries. Here’s how to get the greatest yield possible.
We’re going to cover ten knots with directions and photos, starting with some basics and progressing towards the complex.
It’s possible to make toilet paper out of recycled paper or wood shavings, or both. However, it takes some time and patience. Here’s how to do it.
It’s easy to assume that bananas can only grow in far away and exotic jungles, but they actually can grow in North America and can even be grown indoors. #homesteadsurvivalsite #bananas #growbananas #growingbananas #bananaplant