When Homesteader Hubby mentioned adding turkeys to our homestead, I kind of laughed it off. Actually, I filed it in the “Future Plans For The Homestead” folder, because I know when the Homesteader gets an idea to do something, it usually ends up happening.
Walking onions are perfect onions for survivalists. Each year new bulbets are produced to plant onions for the upcoming year keeping you in a constant supply of onions. In Zone 7, November is an opportune time to plant walking onions. Walking Onions are also referred to as “Egyptian Walking Onions”, “Egyptian Tree Onions”, “Tree Onions”, […]
Start homesteading where you are, right now! Homesteading is such a broad term–what does “homesteading” even mean? Here are 5 ways you can start homesteading today, and none of them require that you live on a farm.
Can you really live off the land without conventional employment? You sure can, you just have to think outside the box! Here are 18 tips to change your outlook.
Do you want to grow your own food, but live in an apartment? Would you like to become more self sufficient, but don’t have the space for a large garden? In this post I share ways to practice self-sufficiency while living in small spaces.
Self Sustaining Living on our farm means I try to reduce the amount of waste that the farm sends to the landfill. It’s not always easy and I try to think creatively in order to reduce the waste. Every week our chicken coop residents eat through two fifty pound bags of feed. Every week that […]