Cool projects are rare. Here I found one I want to show to you.
"Politicians, Priests, and psychiatrists often face the same problem: how to find the most rapid and permanent means of changing a man's belief…
We're back for another Pantry Chat Q & A where we're answering YOUR questions!
Come watch Josh set up our GreenStalk Vertical Garden! You, too, can grow food in a tiny space.
Today I'm hanging out with @Diego Footer for a lesson in biochar. He'll teach you the basics of biochar, why it's such an interesting input that has a varierty of important uses and how to make it at home.
For a homesteader, a garden does more than add beauty to your property. When SHTF, your garden can provide fresh produce so you can keep your family healthy and well-fed.
Check out the two awesome mobile chicken coops over at Beechgrove Farm in Seymour Tennessee. One is for egg layers, that has rain water collection and a great egg collecting system. The other is for broilers and very inexpensive and simple to make. G
We got our meat chickens in! Come see everything they need from day one of their arrival.
Google now auto-deletes data, but only for some users, and only after a year and a half. You can do better.
What's it like to bring new farm babies into the world? Our author shares her experiences and tips on caring for baby goats, chicks, and goslings.
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Learn how to make biochar and its many beneficial uses including greatly enhancing soil life and fertility. Discover innovative ways to maximize its uses for dynamically carbon negative farming and gardening.
Everyday I'm carrying heavy water buckets to the animals in pasture. Finally, I've put together a clever system that gets water out to pasture where it's convenient.
Learn about raising homestead animals naturally from Brittany of Wild Rebel Farmhouse.
I'll be showing and explaining all the efficient systems and features of my chicken coop design.
If weeds are a problem in your garden, this video is a MUST watch!
In this video, I've compiled everything you need to know to grow a ton of tomatoes instead of huge tomato plants with very little fruit!
What would you do if someone was injured and screaming in the middle of a chaotic event? Treating a wound in the field is a very adrenalized situation.
Do you know how to preserve your eggs? This is a historical food preservation method that has been used for centuries to keep eggs fresh.
We have survived year one living off the grid in a yurt in the Canadian wilderness. Year two off grid will include gardening, fruit tree orchard, log cabin, cob house, cob pizza oven, off grid full log cabin washroom/bathroom, and full solar panel a
Gordon Ramsay Hamburger recipe is an art, by using a special Gordon Ramsay burger blend of, brisket, chuck sirloin, and short rib ground beef and along with freshly grilled onion slices that add such an important component in building the perfect bur
You can grow things all year round using Geo-Thermal ground heat!!!
One misstep is all it takes to catch a virus, get hacked, or fall for a scam. Here are all of our tips and tricks for staying safe on your computer, phone, and the web!
This video compares used examples of the first-gen Chevrolet Volt, Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid and Ford C-Max.
Popular Mechanics magazine published an instruction piece on Tuesday that tells readers how to take down statues "without anyone getting hurt."
When it comes to go-to supplies for survival, duct tape is at the top of the list. Yes, duct tape. Let's put it this way--if duct tape is a go-to for MacGyver and the astronauts on Apollo 13, then it is an item you should not pass on.
The math has never made sense, until now.
If you're reading this: Drink a glass of water. You likely need it, as 75 percent of Americans are described as "chronically dehydrated."
As all hell breaks loose across the United States of America (and we haven't even gotten to the election yet), a resistance movement to the status quo seems to be increasingly violent, taking over a Minneapolis police precinct and an area in downto
There are a lot of new gardeners out there. My husband and I choose to grow three different gardens this year so that we would have better access to fresh and safe foods during these uncertain times.