In order to survive their arduous journey and rugged way of life, pioneers needed a set of self-reliant skills if they wanted to survive. #homesteadsurvivalsite #selfreliance #pioneers #selfsufficient #skills
Taking up blacksmithing doesn’t just mean making decorative items. There are many things a blacksmith can make for use around the homestead.
Whether you’re exploring the land around your homestead or just learning about edible plants and herbs, knowing which plants are toxic is essential.
In this video, Household Hacker tries out some life hack inserts that were printed over 100 years ago in 1916. Most people have forgotten these #lifehacks. #homesteadsurvivalsite #hacks #1800s #oldfashioned
When you think of moving off the power grid, you may picture hard rustic living, but off-grid living can include all your favorite modern conveniences.
In this video, the creator is using raw materials that are harvested from the woods around him and weaving a trap for freshwater prawns.
Sewing is just one of many old school skills we believe everyone should know. Here are some sewing basics for beginners to learn.
Non-electric laundry methods require a little bit of elbow grease, but they give you nice clean results without wasting so many resources.