Many of the things we use today won’t be available after an economic collapse. Homesteaders need to become familiar with these rare skills.
There’s one knot, in particular, that is really useful. It’s called the farmer’s loop, and it’s a way to add a loop to the middle of a rope.
Building and sustaining a fire is one of the most valuable survival skills, but it can be challenging. Here’s how to do it.
Tribes around the world have used tree bark for everything from cups to canoes. In this article, we’ll learn how to make survival tools.
Sewing can be difficult at first, but once you get the hang of it, it can become an addiction. Soon you’ll be repairing and making all kinds of clothes.
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.
Going off grid offers many benefits including lower stress, overall better health, and a smaller environmental footprint. But first you need to prepare.
If you want to go off grid, you’ll need to explore some alternative light sources. With this list, you’ll have a better idea of how to light your home. #homesteadsurvivalsite #offgrid #lighting #offgridliving #homesteading
For many people, moving to a home in the country would be a dream come true. #homesteadsurvivalsite #offgrid #countryside #offgridliving #homesteading
These are my all-time favorite books for learning about self-sufficient living and using once you are living the homestead dream. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homesteading #books #offgrid #cookbooks #homestead