Pine pitch is an essential part of many homemade remedies and commercial products. Here’s how to make it and how to use it.
Adding fertilizer to soil is the best way to replenish essential nutrients. And fortunately, there are 12 cheap ones you can make yourself.
Preserving meat through canning is a great way to store shelf-stable protein for your pantry and if you ever need it in an emergency.
Cutting down a tree yourself is the most economical solution, but you need to be very careful when attempting it.
There are many ways to bake bread at home, but did you know that you can make bread in a crockpot? Here’s the recipe.
If you want to know how to build a Great Depression pantry with some of the same items used in the 1930s, here is how they did it.
Bone broth is exactly what it sounds like: A broth made from bones. Here are step by step instructions on how to make bone broth at home.
While some of these off-grid supplies may seem trivial today, they would be valuable in a life-or-death situation.
If you own chickens, you can’t just pick up their eggs and crack them into a pan. You need to know how to wash and store them properly.
If you don’t have a fancy soil testing kit, you can still conduct some simple tests to determine your soil’s composition and PH.