Choosing the Best Vehicle for Your Homestead: 3 Things Newbies Should Know

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As the global population is expected to rise to 9.7 billion by 2050, that means homestead farms will need to produce 70% more food than what is produced now. More American families and individuals are opting to grow their own garden as a means of sustainability and survival. Thus, building a stable shed, picking up and loading … Read more

Essentials of Eco-Friendly Home Design

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Sustainability comes in many forms and ways and anyone can find a way to adapt it into their lifestyle and their home design. This is especially true for all those fans of eco-friendly home design out there who want to spend their lives in a green and sustainable space. If you too are looking for … Read more

Laboring With Less

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I thought this article was worth a mention. It is a problem that is growing without much support or solution in sight. There has to be a way to We support Local Harvest by using their online store to sell our botanicals. Please use the LocalHarvest search engine to find local farmers, farmer’s markets, CSA’s … Read more

Adding Fruit To Edible Landscape

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Small fruits are often easier to integrate into the edible landscape than fruit trees. Strawberries are excellent ground covers, often covering the surface much faster than ornamental ground covers. The foliage becomes an attractive red in the fall, and the fruit are a tasty bonus. Select varieties that will not require mulching in the winter … Read more

Awareness for Survival

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While an unpleasant topic, never forget… “Chance favors the prepared.” When it comes to dangerous situations where mass murders are more likely to occur, most people are completely unprepared. You’ll even hear news accounts where witnesses will remark that they never suspected or never saw the situation coming. But by having awareness, you can raise … Read more