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.
It seems that every February I find myself daydreaming and planning the upcoming garden season. However, it is often the coldest part of a Midwest winter. Luckily, there are several flowers that germinate best by going through a freeze and thaw season. With many spring bulbs planted in fall, there are always a few seeds […]
Growing your own wheat is easier than it may sound. Even if you have a small space, you can see big results. Here’s how to do it.
Hurdling is a combination of more than one food preservation technique. The idea is to create a series of hurdles for microorganisms.
Tree resin has many survival uses including making soap, starting fires, easing pains, helping to heal wounds, and much more.
Hanging planter indoor gardens are a perfect solution for urban preppers and provide added non-seasonal gardening opportunities.
Also commonly known as zip ties, cable ties have dozens of uses. They’re so useful, a prepared home should never be without them.
Seed tape is a strip of biodegradable paper or tape that has seeds affixed to it. You can make your own seed tape with just a few things.
There are many ways to store emergency water, and some are either cheaper or more effective than others. Here are your options.
Homesteaders may not think about biosecurity when they get up in the morning. But if you have livestock and pets, you probably should.