Stevia is a natural sweetener that has popped up in both community gardens and homesteads alike. Here’s how to grow and extract it.
Flour is a basic food that everyone should have. You can make your flour last up to a decade or longer using these tried-and-true techniques.
Raised bed gardening in a highly versatile form of growing crops in both small and large places, and it’s become very popular.
Cornpone is a baked or fried combination of cornmeal, water, salt, and fat with other ingredients added by pioneers and Civil War soldiers.
Finding the perfect off-grid property is a dream of many homesteaders, but to truly live off the grid requires a specific type of land.
Orange peels and the peels of other citrus fruits have many frugal uses around the home and garden. Here are 30 uses to consider.
If you want to know how to disappear from the grid, you should know that it’s a decision to cut all ties with the outside world.
Mead, as you may already know, is an alcoholic drink consisting of fermented honey and water. Mead is also incredibly easy to make.
Collecting rainwater is a practice that can serve as a step on your way to a more sustainable way of life. Here are the basics.
Burn barrels have been staples on homesteads since metal barrels first existed. If you’ve never used one, here’s what you should know.