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When it comes to living self-sustainably, there are so many different factors that are necessary to ensure your success. We understand that managing all the aspects of homesteading can be very overwhelming. To make it easier to start, and continue, your journey, we’ve broken down the elements of sustainable living into bite-sized chunks on our homesteading blog. 

Explore articles that delve into methods for growing your own food, making your own remedies, caring for your soil, composting everything (even the stuff you’re “not supposed to compost”), and so much more. Browse our entire collection of sustainable living blogs to discover some of the most comprehensive resources for building your eco-friendly way of life.

Chem Trails
date_range August 23, 2013
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Hi Everyone, I've been getting lots of comments and emails from subscribers wanting to know why I haven't talked about Chem Trails.  Some people are

How To Make Beans Less “Musical”
date_range August 15, 2013
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This short video shows you how to prepare beans to reduce the more 'musical' effects. My body certainly has problems digesting these foods. Beans and

The Answer To How Big Was That Taproot
date_range August 09, 2013
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Hey I got some photos from Armand so you can see the whole process.  If you didn't know, we have a guessing game of trying to figure out how big the

Can You Guess How Big That Taproot Was?
date_range August 06, 2013
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Everything in Texas is bigger – it’s true. Last weekend I went to my husband’s 40th High School reunion. I was curious to see what the young fa

Prepper Millionaire; Lessons From Ersatz In The Confederacy Part 1
date_range August 01, 2013
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The magic formula for wealth is very simple and well known: buy low and sell high. But like many things, the practical implementation of that is a bit

Weird “Survival Food” For A Disaster Or Collapse
date_range July 30, 2013
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By Jeff Anderson When most people think of "survival food", they think of MRE's... canned goods... dried foods... etc.  All of these have their plac

(video) Most Overlooked Homestead Tool; The Lowly Bucket
date_range July 21, 2013
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This video shows the most common and under appreciated tool on your homestead - but it is a critical item.  For those of you with lists of things to

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