There are some general pieces of advice that apply to all homesteaders. Here is our list of homesteading tips to help you focus on what is important. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homesteaders #beginner #beginning #homesteading
It may not look like the homestead of your dreams, but if you consider it a work in progress, you can homestead even when you’re broke.
There are many seemingly long-term foods that won’t store more than 12 months. Make sure you rotate them with fresh replacements every 3 to 6 months.
Whether you’re stockpiling food or just organizing your first kitchen, be sure to include lots of spices on your list of necessities.
In addition to the lumber, roofing, windows, and hardware needed to build your structure, here is a basic shopping list for a chicken coop.
If you live in a hurricane zone, it is foolhardy to wait until a hurricane develops to prepare for its fury. Here are 15 ways to prepare your homestead.
Wood ash is something you may have a lot of, especially if you have a fireplace, woodstove, or campfire. Did you know there are many ways to use wood ash?
In addition to adding flavor to food, many medicinal herbs are high in antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antiseptic properties. #homesteadsurvivalsite #medicinal #medicinalherbs #herbalmedicine #naturalremedies
Olive oil is a must-have staple for every homesteader. It truly stands alone in terms of its nutritional benefits and uses around your homestead.
Many foods routinely sold in the U.S. are deemed unsafe in other countries. Some of these foods contain potentially harmful ingredients or additives.