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Equipping The Homestead – Homesteading Supplies for The Kitchen

If you're just getting started building a homestead, there are some homesteading supplies for the kitchen you may want to put on your list.

Homesteading Income – Fourteen Ways You Can Earn Money From Your Land

If you are wondering how you can make a profit off your land, here are fourteen money-makers you should consider.

4 Basic Wild Survival Foods

In this article I will discuss 4 basic wild edibles that can be easily found almost everywhere.

Winter Heat – Firewood Buying 101

If you're using your firewood to actually heat your home, however, you need to be a little more sophisticated with how you buy your wood. Here s how to get the best bang for your buck when buying firewood.

Store Garden Produce -More on Root Cellaring-Part 2

Even though building a cellar may require a bit of an investment, alternatives are available for little or no cost at all.

How to Harvest Rainwater Using Rain Barrels

Collecting rainwater and storing it for future use in rain barrels is an easy way to cut the impact of drought on your landscape.

How to Build a Cellar-Part 1

A root cellar is any storage area that uses the earth's natural resources to cool, insulate and humidify the produce stored within.

How to Live a Country Lifestyle and Become More Self Sufficient

You can live a country lifestyle and become more self sufficient. This kind of lifestyle can be as simple or as complicated as you want.

Which Type of Firewood is The Best to Burn in a Wood Stove?

It is a common question for people who are interested in burning firewood. Which firewood is the best to burn? Or is there really much difference in types of firewood, or will it all burn just fine?

Wood Stove History

We have all seen pictures of pioneer women cooking over an open flame in a fireplace. This fireplace is usually in a central location of the home. From this we know that, our forefathers have been using wood fireplaces to heat their home. This tradition has continued until the present day.

Those Old Fashioned Skills Could Save Your Life

Our grandparents and great-grandparents, all the way back, had skills and knowledge that enabled them to survive during a time that most people, now a days, would rather die than go back to. Here’s a brief reminder of some of those old fashioned skills that contributed to our own existence.

Fish Commonly Used in Aquaponics Gardening

The types aquaponics fish you use will determine the frequency in which you will need to cleanse the water they are living in.
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