Homestead Cookbook

Pizza Margherita

by Jessica Shelton 0

  Who doesn't love pizza?  We Americans sure do; we eat about 100 acres of pizza a year!  At its simplest, it's often its best,…

Fresh Peach Crumble

by Jessica Shelton 0

Boeuf Bourguignon

by Jessica Shelton 0


Home-schooling for Homesteaders: The One-room Schoolhouse is Alive and…

by Sheri Dixon 0

As modern day homesteaders, we believe from our heads to our hearts that we MUST reject a lot of what is taken for granted by…


What I Learned From Poultry

by Diana Barker 0

Remember that old commercial, “It’s not nice to fool Mother Nature?”  Well, as a young child of about 12, I found out first-hand why you…


Goat Kidding Season — It’s No Joke

by Kathy Bernier 0

Live births are a big deal.  Whether you are the mother at the end of her pregnancy, the newborn breathing air for the first time,…


Gardening by the Moon

by Catherine Lugo 0

      "Go forth under the open sky, and list to Nature’s teachings." William Cullen Bryant, American poet, (1794-1878)      "That’s one small step for a…

Bramble Blood

by Trendle Ellwood 0

Frugality and Finance

How to Sell Your Land Yourself and Move on…

by Neil Shelton 1

Excerpted from Neil's latest book LandBook - An owner's manual for rural land (second edition) ~~~~~~~~ There is no other single aspect of land ownership which…

Been There, Done… What?

by Laura Negron-Valentin 0


Victory Gardens – Winners and Losers

by Barbara Bamberger-Scott 0

I was born just before the end of World War II.  As a child I often heard the term "victory garden" but by the time…

The Mountain Men

by Catherine Lugo 0


The Complete Sissy-boy’s Guide to Pick-Up Trucks

by Neil Shelton 0

From a 1949 Studebaker advertisement... That never-never land where everyone drove a Studebaker. ~~~~~~~~      I grew up on a cattle ranch in the 1950's.…

Health and Diet

Preventive Medicine: What You Need to Know

by Dr. Richard Monroe M.D. 0

There is a lot of talk today about healthcare in America.  Why does it cost so much?  Am I getting what I’m paying for?  How…

Essiac Tea: Hope in a Cup

by Catherine Lugo 0


An Innocent’s Tale

by Neil Shelton 0

This morning, I was thinking about when I was a kid, about the farm across the river from ours, and about the folks who lived…