Whether you’re out in public, going camping, or surviving a long-term disaster, it’s time to consider some toilet paper alternatives.
This DIY planter box by Cottage Life is fairly easy to make. All you need are some boards, some screws, some rocks, and some soil. Here’s how to build it. #homesteadsurvivalsite #diy #planter #diyplanter #homemadeplanter
This cinder block grill is so easy to build, anyone can do it. You just need a few materials and you’ll be grilling out in no time. Here’s how to build it. #homesteadsurvivalsite #cinderblocks #diygrill #cinderblockgrill #homemadegrill
It is very difficult to make activated charcoal, but if you’re patient and respect the process, it can be done.
At one time, activated charcoal was considered a universal antidote for a wide range of conditions. Here’s what to use it for.
Whether you’re cooking hot dogs or roasting marshmallows, your fire pit will get tons of use. Here are 25 plans to choose from.
One of the most useful items homesteaders can recycle is the five-gallon bucket. They have dozens of uses you might not have thought of.
Black powder, the original gunpowder, can be made from sulfur, charcoal, and potassium nitrate. However, you have to be very careful.
Diatomaceous earth is a versatile problem solver, useful for food storage, pest control, improving your health, and even smoothing your skin.
Avoid trips to the store, reduce your carbon footprint, and save heaps of money by learning to make your own household items.