Just because you live in a cold climate doesn’t mean you have to eat from boxes and cans all year long. See how one zone 4 family eats fresh all year long and glean some tips to help you eat a little fresher too.
Now here’s a resource you might want to take a closer look at. Are you looking to join a community of homesteaders, homeschoolers, homemakers and/or home-industry enthusiasts? Check out this review of Molly Green on-line and see if it’s right for you.
If you make your own diapers, feminine pads, swim diapers, or other reusable cloth items then no doubt you’ve sewn with PUL. If you find it challenging, then you’ll want to check out these simple tips and tricks for making it a little bit easier.
Dear Farmers: we’ve got you covered this year for Valentine’s Day. Here are 7 thoughtful gifts for the FarmHer in your life.
Before homesteading full-time, getting ready for baby meant having what baby items I needed and stocking the pantry for about four months. Since embracing the living-off-the-land lifestyle full-time, however, preparing takes on a new meaning. See how I’m preparing for our new bundle of joy, and glean some ideas for your next bundle.
Don’t let all those beautiful cranberries from the end of the season get away! Take them home and make this delicious homemade cranberry juice in no time. You’ll be able to pronounce all the ingredients, have confidence in what your family consumes, and enjoy it well into the spring and summer. A chart for altitude […]