There is nothing like freshly picked sun kissed berries. This recipe for raspberry jam is delicious and has a touch of vanilla to intensify the flavors. Happy Jammin’!
Imagine what would happen if something threatened even a small percentage of the world’s wheat yields.
Your path to freedom is based on what you put into it. No matter who you are or where you live, you can pick something from the list and learn to do it.
There are many beneficial insects and animals for our garden that prefer not to have around. Knowing a little more about your strange neighbors in or near your garden may help you in unexpected ways.
Clearing the land in a natural capacity is harder work than it seems. These three natural approaches can cut down on time and money so that you can create a chemical-free environment.
Vermicomposting is one the most efficient ways of using up organic kitchen scraps and ridding your home of unwanted paper piles. The end result of feeding this natural material to worms is a natural soil amendment for the garden to help grow.
Have you ever wondered what you would do if there were no pharmacy? Having a background in herbal and natural medicine will undoubtedly be a must-have skill to possess. Author and herbalist, Cat Ellis discusses this vast subject and shares information about her popular selling book, Prepper’s Natural Medicine.
At the end of the day, every flock is as unique as the homesteader who tends to them. What works best for you may not work best for your neighbor living just down the road. Here’s a primer on the best types of chickens for the homestead.
It’s a food with curative powers that have been highly regarded for centuries, though science is still unlocking its secrets.