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Homesteading

How To Create Your Own 1-Acre Self-Sustaining Homestead

How To Create Your Own 1-Acre Self-Sustaining Homestead

From Diply: I won’t lie to you: creating your own self-sustaining homestead on even an acre of land is seriously hard work. It takes time, effort, and dedication. It also takes some hefty input costs to secure and prepare land for homesteading. Ask yourself: why do you want to do this? Whatever your reasons are, keep them close while you[Read More…]

by June 11, 2015 0 comments Homesteading
Making Wild Tea for Survival

Making Wild Tea for Survival

Brewing your own tea is a great way to get medicinal benefits along with vitamins and minerals in the bush. Some of these blends are purely for flavor, while others are supposed to have healing properties or boost your energy. Making tea, especially in the fall and winter, is the perfect way to warm yourself up from the inside out.[Read More…]

by November 5, 2014 0 comments Homesteading
Recognize the Signs of Late Blight in Your Garden

Recognize the Signs of Late Blight in Your Garden

In the upper Midwest this year a fungal infection known as late blight is decimating gardens. It affects nearly everything, from cucumbers and melons to potatoes, tomatoes, and peppers. If you can learn to recognize the telltale signs of a blight infection before it gets a hold over your garden, then you have a chance to beat it back. If[Read More…]

by September 4, 2014 0 comments Homesteading
Ten Skills Every Prepper Needs To Know

Ten Skills Every Prepper Needs To Know

Don’t let yourself be a victim when the shit hits the fan, practice your survival skills in order to be able to make the most of your situation. That’s what YouTube user eNos Armory thinks, and it’s excellent advice. You don’t want to be stuck without access to food, water, shelter, or protection just because it’s inconvenient to spend the time[Read More…]

by September 3, 2014 0 comments Homesteading
How to Harvest and Store Seeds

How to Harvest and Store Seeds

LDSPrepper, a popular YouTube channel out of Texas, put a piece online in order to help gardeners across the country harvest and store their seeds. Lucinda “The Seed Lady” Bailey covers everything from basil to peppers and melons in this charming and informative video.         Lucinda covers a lot of the basics of long-term home gardening, including[Read More…]

by August 23, 2014 0 comments Homesteading
How to Track Wildlife

How to Track Wildlife

One skill that may be overlooked before a hunt is the skill of tracking game wildlife.  The following tips will get you started tracking wildlife in their environment.  It is still an art form that will require much diligence and patience to master. It is first wise to determine the age of any track you find.  It is good to[Read More…]

by May 21, 2014 0 comments Homesteading
What Game Birds Do You Want to Keep When Homesteading?

What Game Birds Do You Want to Keep When Homesteading?

Game Birds are a practical and entertaining way to keep poultry for eggs and meat.  Chickens are great, but sometimes it’s good to have some variety.  Game birds are typically hardy species and can possibly have large returns if you plan to sell or trade them in the future. The first step in keeping game birds is to select the[Read More…]

by May 18, 2014 0 comments Homesteading
Tactical Landscaping For Home Defense

Tactical Landscaping For Home Defense

Most of us probably live in some sort of structure that has multiple entrances, including the front door.  How nice would it be if you could ensure any malicious attacker had no choice but to knock?  Detouring threats to as few possible locations as possible is the goal with tactical landscaping. Tactical landscaping uses injurious and sometimes deadly plants to prevent[Read More…]

by May 17, 2014 1 comment Homesteading