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A place to learn homesteading and build a sane, earth-based lifestyle. "After a time, we get the idea that, if we only have a limited amount of money to spend, we need to accept land which is deficient in some way; property adjacent to a land-fill perhaps, or without deeded access, or with some other aspect that we wouldn’t consider if we had other choices. We feel that we must pay some other...
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Country living website giving unique tips and advice for modern homesteading, self sufficiency and organic gardening. I have a suburban home in Australia, backing onto an estuary where, when I lived there, I could fish for crab during the season, collect eggs from my 3 girls, enjoy pottering around in the garden and collect the harvest from my small fruit trees but all in a fairly limited...
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Learn self-reliance skills – Homesteading - Gardening – Home Remedies – Herbalism – Preparedness – Green Home. Start your amazon.com shopping here, and I earn an affiliate payment at no extra cost to you. Thank you! Common Sense Homesteading - Using Sound Judgment to be Self-Reliant. When the...
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In March of 2008, we were approached by an elderly couple to buy their farm and take care of them. Jimmy, the elderly man, stole our hearts and we had a blast with him building a dream. We chose to build my dream home, a one room small home with no electricity or indoor plumbing. Chris and...
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Turning your North Carolina home from a consumer in to a producer. Im serious. No clue. I have found that I learn much better by just jumping into the deep end and either sinking or swimming. We’ll see what happens. Two weeks ago Charles and I decided that I should quit my job and work on the...
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The Homesteading Hippy is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. This does not increase the price for you in any way, but helps keep this website running! :-) The information provided on The Homesteading Hippy is for educational purposes...
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FrugalChicken is a homesteading blog devoted to raising chickens and self-sufficient living. If you keep hens for eggs, and love roosters, stick around! FrugalChicken is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. When Bears For Humanity...
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Learn about organic gardening, canning, recycling, bee keeping, wine-making, quilting, growing your own fruit trees, berry bushes, grape vines and much more. Ingredients 2 acorn squash, halved and seeded 2 tablespoons stick margarine ¾ cup chopped onions 2 cups peeled, seeded, and chopped Granny Smith apples 1/3 cup golden raisins 2 tablespoons light brown sugar 2/3 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1...
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A homesteading blog and forum that focuses on ideas for self-sufficient living, with a large focus on DIY projects. More and more apartments, condos and homeowner associations are banning charcoal and gas grills that have been synonymous with summertime for decades. Making cast iron ribeye is a simple way to get a perfectly cooked steak for... For those of us with more vertically challenged...
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Totally awesome homestead blog that encompasses things like frugal homesteading, a bearded Mountain Man, homestead kids, farm animals, and modern homesteading skills. Paid endorsement disclosure: In order to support my blogging activities I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial and/or link to any products or services...
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Recently I was doing some research on which produce to buy organic versus that which I might be able to save a little money on and buy conventional. I know a lot of you would say to buy everything organic, but others of you will be able to relate to my dilemma. I have a family of six plus a dog, cat and ten chickens. I can’t always do all my shopping at the local health food store or farmer’s...
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If you’re looking for a really unique idea for a kids’ playhouse, check out this adorable little cob house by Adam. Built in California where summers are scorching hot, “naturally cool” describes…. For a number of years mason jars were pretty much strictly for canning. Mason jars are becoming more popular than ever. From using them in crafts, home decorating, and even in the…. Waterproof...
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Bring your digital camera, tablet, Smartphone, Ipod, or whatever you have to take pictures with. In this class, we will learn about the world around us as we Capture Nature . We will start our time with a short lesson on capturing nature in photography. We will go over techniques that can be used to get best shots in the outdoors. Want a fun project for your kids? Try worm composting!...
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Off-Grid Cabin and Tiny House Designs and Supplies: complete 355 Page Ebook plus 4 hours of video. Cabin Plans, Solar/Wind Power, Septic and Water Systems. "I just received LaMar's book about simple solar homesteading. The whole book contains finite directions for building a cabin for under $2,000, a solar system for under $1000, a solar water heater for under $50 ,a solar composting toilet,...
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Join us in our quest to live simply and explore permaculture, honeybees, and chickens. Also, check out Mark's automatic chicken waterer invention. What was the culprit? One of our cats jumped on the row cover and broke a hole in the area pictured above...and that turned out to be the healthiest part of the row (except for holes in leaves from sneaky cabbageworms). As a result, my guess is that...
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Start off homesteading is a place to learn, share and get help about homesteading as you plan and start your homesteading journey. See our state-by-state resource links to help you find the perfect place to homestead. Check out our Blog Check out our eBooks Check out our useful Resources to help you find a great homestead. “The Earth will keep on turning…but better that it turns with a shade of...
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Living a simple life in a modern world by preserving the art of homemaking and homesteading at Our Simple Homestead. On any given day our free-range chickens and rabbits will greet you at the door, the coffee will always be hot, and a well-worn bible will always be waiting on the table. Join us as we share life on our 20-acre farm, old-fashion recipes, simple living tips, and inspiration for...
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We're all about homesteading wherever you are and getting back to the simpler ways of life. Seems like every summer I sing the praises of witch hazel to my kids, but do they listen? Not so much. They have more important things to do than listen to yet another speech on herbs from their mom. Maybe they are tucking away that info in the backs of their minds for a day when they deem it needed. I...
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West Virginia’s Premier Homesteading Magazine! We are passionate about growing our knowledge of homesteading in our beautiful state! We will take you on a journey throughout the state to see how people are getting back to the basics and living off the land! Maybe you just want to learn tips on growing more food in an urban environment and becoming more self reliant. Do you want to take steps to...
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Learn homesteading, gardening, traditional crafts, kitchen skills and homemaking skills through our on-campus and online courses. Learn traditional crafts while making fine hand-crafted items yourself and gaining skills that you can pass on to your children and grandchildren: Campus Courses. Making tools is the heart of iron work from the earliest days. There is nothing quite like using tools...
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