Micro Farming

The Secret to Building a Salad Keyhole Garden

The Secret to Building a Salad Keyhole Garden

A keyhole garden is a remarkably adaptable element that works in a range of garden styles.

Rabbits As A Survival Food Source

Rabbits As A Survival Food Source

As a prepper who wants to know I can survive some possible disaster scenarios, it makes sense to me, because it’s something I can do “right here and now” as a practical survival skill that isn’t socially unacceptable and which will thus be in place already if some disaster scenario does take place.

Survival Food – 10 You Should Be Growing Yourself

Survival Food – 10 You Should Be Growing Yourself

You can save a LOT of money, and get nutritionally superior food for getting your family, or community through tough times, by growing it yourself. You just need to make sure you pick the right crops that can actually get you through tough times. Here’s an infographic we thought would help you in picking the best survival food for growing during long term disaster scenarios.

Killing Our Dinner i.e. What Homesteading is Really All About

Killing Our Dinner

We finally did it. We dispatched, dressed, and cooked our first homegrown rabbit.

[Video] Why You Should Consider Quail For the Urban Homestead

[Video] Why You Should Consider Quail For the Urban Homestead

Raising food sources in urban settings or those living in close proximity to others can pose a problem for some. Urban homesteaders have started efforts in finding microlivestock to raise that will provide adequate nutrition as well as can be raised in small spaces and not annoy neighbors.

3 Reasons Every Prepper Should Grow Cayenne Peppers

3 Reasons Every Prepper Should Grow Cayenne Peppers

Many critters can’t stand being around hot pepper. We can use this to our advantage in the garden.

How To Grow Your Own Antibacterial Bandages

How To Grow Your Own Antibacterial Bandages

As I work on turning this one acre homestead into a self-sustaining Garden of Eden, I have two requirements for every single plant I consider putting in the ground: they must be either edible or medicinal. Preferably both.

Garden Rebels: 10 Ways to Sow Revolution in Your Back Yard

10 Ways to Sow Revolution in Your Back Yard

In the face of this attack on the agrarian way of life, the single, most meaningful act of resistance that any individual can perform is to use the old methods and grow his or her own food.

Fertilizing the Vegetable Garden

Fertilizing the Vegetable Garden

Mostly animal manure was used to fertilize the garden but sometimes it was too fresh, it hadn’t been stored long enough and that’s no good as it can burn the plant roots and often it would kill them as it was too strong.

52 Weeks to Preparedness
Ready Nutrition Articles By Category
Looking for something specific on our site? Start your search in our list of articles by main category topic.