It has been said that all homesteaders are preppers but that not all preppers are homesteaders. In fact, many homesteaders start out as preppers. #homesteadsurvivalsite #prepper #homesteader #prepping #homesteading
You’ve moved off the grid–away from the traffic, pollution, and politics. Now you can sit back and enjoy the rest of your years in nature, right? Wrong. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homestead #homesteadingtips #offgridliving #offthegrid
Raising kids on a homestead is one of the best ways to give them a great start in life. The skills and values they learn can help them be successful later #homesteadsurvivalsite #homestead #raisingkids #raisingchildren #homesteading
There are some general pieces of advice that apply to all homesteaders. Here is our list of homesteading tips to help you focus on what is important. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homesteaders #beginner #beginning #homesteading
Most security threats can be solved with simple solutions, making your homestead safe and secure. Here are 7 ways to beef up security.
To be a successful homesteader, you need to have a variety of homesteading skills: gardening, food storage, animal husbandry, and more.
This week’s video comes from Guildbrook Farm, a small homestead in North Carolina. In the video, Jamie talks about death on the homestead.
Whenever I see an article or video about mistakes people made while homesteading, I always check it out. There’s a lot of wisdom in this video.
The couple in this video have taken homesteading to a whole new level. They are homesteading off a boat, and they call it long term sailing.
Homesteading affords so many opportunities to cut back on your bills and truly enjoy life. Here are 9 reasons homesteaders spend less.