Are you interested in homesteading, but not sure where to start? Then check out these homesteading tips for beginners.
In a grid-down scenario, you may need to venture off your homestead for food and supplies. To do that, you’ll need a good map.
Garbage bags are very useful for those living off grid. You can use them for everything from collecting water to constructing a shelter.
People have used honey for many purposes for thousands of years. From medicinal to cooking, honey is a loved ingredient by survivalists.
Just brushing up against many plants can cause skin irritation from rashes to blisters. Here are 12 deadly plants to avoid.
With a bit of creativity, expired food or food that is no longer palatable or edible can be repurposed into something useful.
Though this plant is sometimes known as a weed, learning about the benefits might make you reconsider eliminating it from your garden.
From planning a garden to getting your tools in shape, winter can be a great time to get chores done on the homestead.
Homesteading is a way of life that you can live anywhere – in the country, in the suburbs, in the city, and even in an apartment.
Baking soda is one of the most versatile and economic supplies you can have on hand. Here are 101 homestead uses for baking soda.