Spring Fever, a Sawmill on the Homestead, the Homestead Orchard and 6 Steps to a Bountiful Garden
This issue features information on making holiday decorations, holiday cookies, a how-to guide on creating an herbal first aid kit and more.
This issue features information on fermenting foods, cheesemaking and an interview with survivalist Cody Lundin on his Off-the-Grid home.
This issue features an interview with Dr. Pol, an interview with a North Carolina State University Permaculture designer and gardening tips to make your fall garden blossom.
I was at a class at my Local Cooperative Extension Agen […]
We all know that we should seek sustainable foods. They […]
I love hard-boiled eggs (and egg salad and deviled eggs […]
One thing I think all Homesteaders have in common is am […]
Maybe you want to have chickens in your backyard but do […]
A self-proclaimed guacamole addict, Diana Prichard spends her days deep in the heart of Michigan on a hog farm. We had a chance to talk to her recently.
Herbs are extremely easy to grow. They don’t seem to care about soil type, how much sun they get, or even if you water them.
Spinning, knitting, crocheting and weaving are on an up swing as far as popularity these days.
Want to learn how to make super yummy, super unique bacon bark? This sweet, salty, savory recipe is sure to please any bacon lover.
Jennifer Burcke, of 1840 Farm, inherited this cake recipe from her grandmother. She shares it with us. Find out how to make this angelfood cake alternative.
As we all know, meal worms are a great feed supp […]
Story and Photos by Kate Richards If you get down to it […]
Photo and story by Renee Henry Wondering why it seems l […]
How do homesteading homeschoolers get all the chores done and the schoolwork, too? They integrate as much of the homeschooling into the homestead as possible so that “book learning” does not take away from “farm living.”
If you haven’t head of tiny houses, then you̵ […]
Jenna Woginrich, of Cold Antler Farm, in Washington Cou […]
For many of us, a large component to modern homesteadin […]
By Erv Evans, Extension Associate, Frank A. Blazich, Pr […]