Aside from using wood stoves to stay warm and cook food on, here are 10 tips you never knew on how to get the most out of your wood stove.
Spring will be here before you know it, so get those green thumbs moving! Here is some great information for starting your herb garden indoors to get a head start.
One of the easiest and fastest ways to use herbal medicine is by making a poultice. Here are five beginner poultice recommendations and how to apply them. In a time when we are becoming resistant to modern medicines due to overuse, we should all start turning back to these old remedies for basic medicine.
Using chicken manure is excellent as a soil amendment and hailed as a top choice for organic gardeners. Here are some recommendations to get you started using chicken manure in your compost pile.
The conservation is not a mere “greening” but an exercise in supply and logistics…stretching your resources to the maximum of their conservation and employment.
In a survival situation, beggars can’t be choosers.
Hunting is not a step backward: it is a big step back toward reclaiming the heritage that is ours – yours and mine – of when Americans were not only socially conscious but self-sufficient.
You may have done everything right in protecting your dry pantry goods, but there are times when bugs find a way into your food supply. While these infestations may prevent humans from consuming it, take comfort in knowing that all is not lost!
The use of renewable and sustainable energy sources is growing worldwide. Here are three relatively unheard of energy sources you can find in your home.
Even though it is Fall, it does not mean you should neglect your garden. Here are six Fall plants to get in the ground now.
Nature provides with everything we need to care for ourselves. This tutorial will give you the information you need to start making your own tinctures.
With the price of food on a steady incline, more people are making an effort to grow their own food sources at home. While having a functioning garden is easy during the warm summer months, when the days get shorter in the fall, gardeners have to get creative in helping plants grow.