Wondering what to do with all the cantaloupe? Can you dehydrate it? Bottle it? What’s the scoop on storage in the cold cellar? Find the answers to these questions, plus learn how to freeze it here.
As fall approaches, homesteaders are packing away food like squirrels. For some, however, the garden didn’t produce as much as what was needed or wanted. This needn’t be a time of panic for those with poor food storage. Here are seven other areas to consider to secure your food for the upcoming year.
There are many reasons to save your own seeds. Do you have a favorite variety that’s hard to find? Are you worried one day that you won’t be able to find and buy the seeds you want? Kale has a few specific needs and takes a bit longer than other produce to make viable seeds. […]
Are you looking to construct a new (or your first) clothing line? Putting a pulley system on it is not only easier than it looks, but also will save you a lot of time, work, and frustration down the line. See how this line was easily built in under two hours.
Raising a family off the grid is a challenge. So is potty training. Without an indoor bathroom, it gets just a little bit more challenging–but you can do it! Here are some tips to keeping your anxiety down and getting the process done.
Predators on the homestead come in many different forms. They range from those invisible to the naked eye that devour a garden overnight, to large carnivorous animals that attack the livestock. Define the predators that threaten your livestock, and learn how we deal with ours and why shooting is a last option.