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
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
Buying charcoal is for chumps. If you have access to wood & steel drums, you can make your own charcoal, along with biochar.
Get a mini greenhouse so you can at least have a few veggies in the winter. You’d be surprised what you can get for very little money.
Every homesteader needs glue from time to time. Instead of running to the store, learn to make glue from milk. #homesteadsurvivalsite #glue #milk #diy #homestead
Learning how to heal your injuries with herbs is a fundamental skill for any homesteader. Here’s what you need to know about healing salves.
Pigs are very messy, and they get their water dirty. To get around this, try building a DIY automatic pig waterer. It’s easy!