If you’re reading this post then odds are you’ll want to keep getting online. So what will you do if you’re in a rural area with no Internet?
From planning a garden to getting your tools in shape, winter can be a great time to get chores done on the homestead.
Homesteading is a way of life that you can live anywhere – in the country, in the suburbs, in the city, and even in an apartment.
Using a scythe to clear out an overgrown lawn can be very effective. It’s quieter, it can handle thicker grass, and it works better in wet grass.
Many would argue that no homestead is ever finished; there is always something to work on, even decades down the road. It takes time and patience.
We’re going to cover ten knots with directions and photos, starting with some basics and progressing towards the complex.
We have put together 100 links to the top homesteading skills that have worked for us in our quest to homestead. From videos to articles to books and more.
You might assume that homestead living will cost less than life in the city, but not necessarily. You still have to be mindful of how you spend your money. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homestead #homesteading #offgridliving #frugalliving
Many people dream of homesteading but can’t come up with a down payment for a suitable property. So, where does that leave aspiring homesteaders who rent? #homesteadsurvivalsite #renting #homestead #homesteading #rental
Survival homesteaders can learn a lot from the Amish. In our high-tech era, these plain folks are still managing sustainable off-grid homesteads. #homesteadsurvivalsite #amish #survival #homesteaders #offgrid