Alright, the asparagus seeds grew and the plants are thriving… now what?!
Getting your flock of chickens and ducks ready for winter is essential to not just their egg laying, but their overall health and protection from predators. While chickens and most poultry birds have a higher […]
Learning how to make bark bread will not only provide a sustainable substitute for conventional flour, but will also infuse some vital nutrients into your survival diet. We’ll be talking about pine bark and birch […]
According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, around 42 million Americans suffer from constipation. The causes of constipation vary, but the reasons for this frustrating illness are usually all about […]
If you’ve been lurking around the web for homesteading advice, I’m willing to bet you’ve heard about The Prairie Homestead. The blog is run by Jill Winger, who was kind enough to answer my interview […]
American Traditions and Pride in our History Lemonade has been drunk in America since at least the 1600’s as a simple blend of lemons, water, and sugar. Lemonade is a summer tradition, and along with […]
Hey everyone, Today I’m excited to give you another interview, this one is with Amy Stross from TenthAcreFarm.com. She’s an expert permaculturist, gardener and homesteader. As always, thes interviews are packed with real-life knowledge, so let’s […]
Apples are part of American history. Apples originated in Asia, and were brought to Europe by the Roman Empire and to America by colonists. Desserts made with apples have been around for centuries. English colonists […]