Cinderblocks are very useful, and you can even get them for free. Here are some creative ways to use cinderblocks around the homestead.
There are countless designs for chicken nesting boxes, but these are probably the easiest ones to make, and chickens love them! #homesteadsurvivalsite #nestingboxes #raisingchickens #keepingchickens #diy
If you can gather some scrap wood and are willing to do a little work, you can build your own chicken coop for less than $15. #homesteadsurvivalsite #chickencoop #chickens #raisingchickens #diyprojects
DIY soap is easier than you think, but it takes some time and requires some caution. Here’s how to make soap using fat and ashes. #homesteadsurvivalsite #soap #diysoap #soaprecipe #makingsoap
Tin cans are one of the most valuable types of trash. There are many ways you can use them for survival, living off grid, or saving money.
Going off-grid means you need to generate and maintain your own energy sources, whether it’s solar, wind, hydroelectric, or geothermal.
Papercrete is concrete made with paper. It’s inexpensive, sturdy, lightweight, insulating, and better than bricks. Here’s how to make it.
This DIY planter is relatively easy to build and is perfect for growing herbs and other small plants. It also makes a great gift. #homesteadsurvivalsite #planters #diyplanter #woodplanter #diy
You may be wondering what to do with your tree once December 26th rolls around. Don’t just throw it in the trash. Instead, make use of it.
Buying charcoal is for chumps. If you have access to wood & steel drums, you can make your own charcoal, along with biochar.