Homestead Cookbook


by Jessica Shelton 0

  This traditional Russian soup is inexpensive, hearty, yet low-cal, and will warm you up on a cold winter's day.  Made with your homegrown veggies,…

Peach Pie Overnight Oats

by Jessica Shelton 0

Pizza Margherita

by Jessica Shelton 0


Emergency Food Storage

by Anthony Okrongly 0

As a homesteader and a prepper I believe in having stored food.  However, there's the smart way to do it and the dumb way to…


The How and Why of Free-range Chickens

by Regina Anneler 0

If you have purchased eggs from a retailer recently, then you know that the most expensive eggs for sale are the ones known as “cage-free”…

Roosters A Plenty

by Magdalena Perks 0

Spring Turkeys

by Doug Smith 0


Got (Real) Milk?

by Karyn Sweet 0

On your way to greater self-sufficiency, you have purchased a dairy cow or goat.  You should feel proud that you are taking responsibility for your…

Second-Chance Horses

by O Neil Cynthia 0


Black Thumb! Helpful Hints for the Cultivationally Challenged

by Sheri Dixon 0

Over the course of the last 25 years, I have gardened both sides of the Mason-Dixon line, and  I have compiled a Gardener's List of…

The Humble Hackberry

by Micah Janzen 2

Frugality and Finance

Building Community Through Bartering and Trading

by Benjamin K Coffman 0

Think back to your grandparents, or maybe your great-grandparents and the stories they used to tell you.  Chances are they were full of self-sufficiency, gardens,…


Letters of a Woman Homesteader 21: A Letter Of…

by Elinore P Stewart 0

Elinore P. Stewart’s "Letters of a Woman Homesteader" continued: February 26, 1913 Dear Mrs. Coney,— I think you will excuse my mama for not writing…


Razor’s Edge Extreme Knife Sharpening

by Doug Smith 0

It only took me about 40 years to learn how to really sharpen a knife.  I mean really sharp... as in arm-hair shaving, paper-splitting, precision-whittling…

Classic Tractors

by Mary-Beth Woods 0

Health and Diet

Medicinal Herbs: Kitchen and Field

by Lisa Maloney 0

There's nothing quite like having the right first aid kit handy when emergency strikes.  But what if you're fresh out of Neosporin or don't want…


The Autumn Olympics

by Neil Shelton 0

I've been pretty busy lately doing whatever it is that I do.  Besides all that, I've personally spent the week preparing for the Olympics. Not…

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