Creating a permaculture homestead may take years, but the payoff will be well worth it as you enjoy a permanent system of food and habitat.
It may be impossible to keep critters from feasting on your garden plants. However, there are humane ways to limit the damage.
Preserving vegetables in sand is a common farmer’s trick. It allows folks to eat homegrown veggies throughout winter without a refrigerator.
Native Americans learned the healing powers of herbs by watching animals eat them. In time, they discovered these herbal remedies.
You probably have some poisonous foods in your kitchen right now. A surprising number of pantry staples contain hazardous compounds.
Many of these dirt-cheap items may gain serious value as they become more scarce. Stock up on them while you still can.
Planting, growing, and using echinacea for medicinal purposes is easier than you think, and you may come to value this humble herb.
If you’ve had chicken envy for a while, maybe it’s time for a wake-up call: here are the top 7 reasons you shouldn’t get backyard chickens.
This easy homemade no-knead bread is the perfect easy bread recipe for someone just beginning their bread baking skills.
Even if you don’t particularly like barn cats, you can’t argue their hunting skills in ridding the homestead of rodents.