To make this list of states for homesteaders, I took into account laws, weather, land prices, cost of living, property taxes, and more.
You can plant a survival garden no matter where you live, even if you have a tiny yard. You just have to choose the right gardening method.
Hanging planter indoor gardens are a perfect solution for urban preppers and provide added non-seasonal gardening opportunities.
Cooking oil is a great substitute for many household, garage, and farm products. It will save you money now and come in handy after SHTF.
All of the foods chicken can and can’t eat on this list are a result of years of experience keeping chickens on our homestead.
Chicken brooding, whether it naturally occurs or is helped along by human hands, can be an incredibly exciting and rewarding process.
A vast array of vegetable and herb plants can survive drought conditions and still generate a robust harvest from the survival garden.
Carpenter bees can create a lot of headaches and damage to your property. Here’s how to remove them naturally and without hurting them.
Raised bed gardening in a highly versatile form of growing crops in both small and large places, and it’s become very popular.
Finding the perfect off-grid property is a dream of many homesteaders, but to truly live off the grid requires a specific type of land.