Give some of these canning recipes a try to preserve your summertime garden abundance!
Homestead living means lots of DIY projects – those are always more fun to tackle with a few friends! Plus: Many hands make light work. Here are a dozen ideas for collaborating with friends to tackle big and small homestead projects. You’ll get these projects done more quickly, plus have some fun!
Lots of people are using essential oils in their homes and on their homesteads. But as helpful as using essential oils may be, there are just some problems that using essential oils can’t fix. Instead of using essential oils for those, try the tactics here to save you time!
Yes, yes, yes! Joel Salatin’s preamble here is spot on. NO we’re not going to get it right the first time! We are all learning as we go, each of us learning new skills. Watch and be inspired to dive in and try something new. You might make a mess of it, but you will …
Processing chickens — otherwise known as butchering chickens — at home means putting healthier birds on the dinner table. Here are tips to make it easier.
Beautiful magazine vegetable gardens are inspiring to see, but sometimes we need a reality check. These vegetable gardens come from all across the USA (plus one from Spain!) are the results of real people working the soil and growing food. Beautiful vegetable gardens are great, but REAL is fun to see, too.
Lasagna gardening is a great (and easy) way to get started with no-till growing. Use sheet mulching with materials you have on hand for a budget-friendly garden.