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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.

How to Grow a High-Performance Garden (Season 7)
The Grow Network
date_range June 18, 2022
view_list Education

Watch as professional organic gardener Lynn Gillespie plans, plants, tends, and harvests a high-performance garden over the entire 2022 growing season

Straw Mulch vs. Hay Mulch: Which Is Better?
Elizabeth Faires
date_range June 14, 2022
view_list Compost & Soil

What's the difference between straw mulch and hay mulch? And does it matter which one you use in your garden? In a word, yes!

Planning a Summer Kitchen: 17 Design Considerations
The Grow Network
date_range June 14, 2022
view_list Cooking

Rediscover the simple sustainability of outdoor kitchens, from keeping the heat out of your home to preserving your summer harvest.

Boost Your Testosterone With Velvet Beans
David The Good
date_range June 14, 2022
view_list By Herbs

Velvet beans are a natural testosterone booster that also raise your sense of well-being and give you extra energy. Grow yours today!

Aerobic Compost Tea, Worm Tea, and Leachate—What’s the Difference?
The Grow Network
date_range June 06, 2022
view_list Articles

There's a lot of confusion about the difference between aerobic compost tea, worm tea, and leachate. Here's what they really are—and how to use them

102°F to 85°F: How to Keep Livestock Cool in Extreme Heat
Marjory Wildcraft
date_range June 06, 2022
view_list Garden Design

During extreme heat, it's important to have a plan in place to keep livestock cool. This effective system works even if the power goes out!

Is Your Weed Killer Dangerous? How to Choose Safer Herbicides
The Grow Network
date_range June 06, 2022
view_list Uncategorized

Is your weed killer dangerous? Here's how to know, what to do about it, and where to look for safer herbicides.

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Marjory Wildcraft founded The Grow Network with a purpose and a mission in mind. Our company was created to stop the destruction of our planet, prevent the extinction of the human race, overhaul modern medicine, and fight against the root causes of modern diseases. Our team is composed of passionate individuals with tons of expertise in their field. Every one of our team members is passionate about our homesteading blog, permaculture farming, and sustainable living in general. Everyone contributes to our Community, sharing ideas, developing guides, and creating videos.

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In addition to the advice you can find on our homesteading and permaculture blog, we also started a forum to help community members find answers to some of their most burning questions. We understand that each of you is operating in a unique environment and needs answers to personalized concerns. Find a new home online with our homesteading blog and the eco-friendly community at The Grow Network today!