Check out these easy-to-make cleaning solutions that will change the way you shop, clean, and live in a home fit for families of all kinds.
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?
Earthen ovens have been used to bake food for at least two thousand years. In these videos, you’ll learn how to make one and how to bake bread in one.
I’ve seen a lot of DIY pallet projects floating around the Internet, bu the other day I came across the ultimate list of pallet projects on Youtube.
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.
If you love to make bacon but are dumping all the grease down the drain, you should save it up and make a bacon fat candle instead.
This do-it-yourself cinder block bench is so easy, anyone can do it. All you need are 14 cinder blocks, six 4×4 posts, and some adhesive.
The off-grid life requires light. It takes light to build, wash, and prepare things from raw materials. But what about when the sun goes down?
Whether you’re looking for a homestead or a bug out location, this series will give you a great idea of the kind of work involved restoring an old cabin.
Instead of spending an arm and a leg for furniture and household appliances, I decided to get crafty. Here are 12 DIY homesteading projects I’ve done.