DIY lotion bars are easy to make, shelf-stable, and can be made with just a few simple and natural ingredients.
A vast array of vegetable and herb plants can survive drought conditions and still generate a robust harvest from the survival garden.
Quail require less space, lay tons of eggs, taste great, and are easier to raise than chickens or ducks. Here’s how to get started.
Many cool weather vegetables actually love being in the shade, and the best part is that you can plant them twice a year.
Cowboy Candy is pickled, sliced jalapeños jarred in a sweet syrup consisting of ingredients commonly found in bread-and-butter pickles.
Though this plant is sometimes known as a weed, learning about the benefits might make you reconsider eliminating it from your garden.
A dry flush toilet allows you to have a commode in your home without a sewage hook-up or a plumbing system.
Here are the basic principles of what rooting hormones do, how they work, and how you can make some of your own naturally.
Carpenter bees can create a lot of headaches and damage to your property. Here’s how to remove them naturally and without hurting them.
Before you dismiss any of the weeds growing in your yard, you might want to consider their medicinal and nutritional benefits.