Eat To Live: Stockpiling Food For a Long-Term Survival Situation
Food is life, and you can only live so long without it. Follow this guide to stockpiling food to keep you well supplied for any dire crisis situation.
Pro Tips for Profits at the Farmer’s Market
Even big metropolises have farmers markets now, while suburban and small towns have found that they bring visitors and build community and commerce.
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Saving Seeds for Planting the Gardens of the Future
The first step in saving seeds is to select sturdy, non-hybrid varieties of plants. Heirloom varieties of tomatoes, for example, will produce exact copies of themselves through generations of seeds…
55 Gallon Drum Makeovers for Homestead, Farm, Pond, and Garden
Elizabeth Jane Cochran Seaman was better known as the muckraking journalist Nellie Bly. She had more than writing to her credit. In 1894, the world-traveling investigative reporter married an industrialist,…
Timeshare for Cows? Four Reason To Cow Share
Consider these reasons for buying into a cow share or herd share and get what many Americans are calling the safest and healthiest milk.
Long-Term Water Solutions for Crisis Situations
Locate and purify water sources during a long-term crisis.
Surviving the Trail: Lessons from Wagon Train Pioneers
The wagon train pioneers that crossed the continent in search of a new life, did so under the stress of great peril. We can learn from this.
Planting Herbs in Your Garden for a Healthy Mind, Body, and Soul
These common herbs are easy to grow and provide a dose of Mother Nature's healing remedies into your daily diet.
The Many Uses of Birch Bark for Survival and Hunting
Birch bark played an important role in early Native American tribes and today it can still be beneficial as a tool for survival and in various other ways.