Hello all -
Wanted to pass on to everyone that a 6 part series of articles are going to be published over at SeasonedCitizenPrepper.com titled “Off Grid”. This series begins Monday.
This series, written by SCP Editor-at-Large Bev Sandlin, showcases a land cooperative of 4 families owning 60 acres in a northern state and they live an existence that [...]
Off The Grid
Wolf Grulkey www.mulbabies.com
15 years ago I bought 13 acres of cedar forest in NW Arkansas with the idea of building a self sufficient homestead/retreat. The first thing was to organize a water supply. There had been a well drilled on the property so I called [...]
The Homestead Hog: Husbandry and “Getting it Done” Butchery
When I was a little girl visiting my great-grandfather’s farm, I remember watching out the upstairs window from the straw mattress that I was bedded down on and seeing my great-grandmother, grandmother and mother standing around a fire [...]
If you are not familiar with the DVD Backyard Food Production – it is a great educational resource for anyone that wants to garden and create a small homestead-like existence. I have a copy and it is jam-packed full of information.
Video speaks louder than my written word so check out this video:
by Nate Smith
The simple fact that you even find yourself reading this article probably means that you satisfy the first requirement of raising backyard chickens: desire. Obviously, without a strong desire to keep chickens the occasional hassles and burdens of doing so would quickly become overwhelming, leaving you wondering why you ever [...]
This past weekend I had an opportunity to visit with JP from The Homestead Report. Having been a reader of JP’s blog for a several weeks – I was excited to get together with a fellow prepper and someone of like-mind. The Homestead is located down a long winding country road in Georgia well into [...]
I recently discovered a new blog called The Homestead Report. This blog discusses a variety of topics – from politics, observations of our government, preparedness, and the authors experience living out in the country.
The author and his family have done something that I wish I could do. They up and quit their jobs and decided to [...]
[From Rourke: This is a two part series that I have combined here....possibly more to come.]
Written by Steve in AZ
Tales from the Homestead: PART ONE
This morning I was having my coffee and reading the news paper, when my dog started to bark. In my remote area of Arizona, [...]