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.
There are certain vegetables that can be sown in the winter to get a head start before the growing season starts. Here are five.
WD-40 is a favorite for garage mechanics, but it’s not just for mechanics or handymen. There are countless uses for WD-40.
This post is a checklist of homestead items you might have overlooked, but they’re good to have when you need them.
There are many ways to make money raising rabbits like selling meat, fur, manure, and breeding stock. Here’s how to do it.
Foraging for wild edibles is hard enough already, but in winter it’s a real challenge. Fortunately, some plants will surprise you.
Hydrogen peroxide has many uses other than disinfecting wounds. You can use it around the house, in the garden, and in the bathroom.
Flatbread was the first bread, the survival food of civilization. Here’s how to make tortillas, pitas, pizza, lavash, bannock, and na’an.
If and when the grid goes down, there are certain skills that will be very important to have. Here are fifteen to focus on.