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.
If off-grid living is living without public utilities, then what are the best states for it? There are nine that stand out above the rest.
Becoming self-sufficient is a daunting task. Fortunately, there are many simple things you can do to get started no matter where you live.
If your town hasn’t been hit yet, just wait. The second wave will be even deadlier. Fortunately, there are things we can do to prepare.
Many tree species are full of sap ready to be tapped for syrup. In fact, you may have one in your own backyard, including maple and birch.
Some trees just aren’t worth the trouble. They grow slowly, tend to die off, make a mess, and more. Here are six trees you don’t want.
The following is a short masterclass on how to find and eliminate poison ivy once and for all. You need the right gear, and you need to be very careful.
Most people know it as a disinfectant for cuts and scrapes, but there are dozens of other uses for hydrogen peroxide. Here are 50.