How to Grow Hazelnut Trees
Hazelnut trees make for the perfect nut tree to grow in any yard, regardless of its size! This is because hazelnut trees only grow to about 10-20 feet in height and about 15 feet in width, making them very suitable for home gardens. More so, hazelnut trees can also be pruned into small trees or shrubs or just left alone by themselves. If you're looking to learn how to grow hazelnut trees, care for them, and harvest them, keep reading below! How to Grow Hazelnut Trees - a DIY Guide Hazelnut…
Composting Tips - Tricks for Making Mother Nature's Black Gold
Adding compost to a garden gives you many benefits. These composting tips take the mystery out of browns, greens, dos and don'ts!
How to grow fruit trees for beginners.
How to grow fruit trees and fruit bearing plants for beginners with tips and tricks for planting, maintance and preserving
Groundcovers You Can Step On | High Country Gardens Blog
Your guide to Groundcovers for high traffic lawn alternatives and low traffic garden enhancements. Read on to find our ratings for the most and least durable groundcover plants.
20 Fruit Canes Or Bushes To Grow In Your Garden
As the cooler weather arrives, this is a great time to think about ordering bare root fruit canes and fruit bushes for your garden. If you make the right choices, you could be enjoying a
How to Make a Quick Pallet Shelter for Livestock
Learn how to make a quick pallet shelter that is quick and inexpensive! Great for a run-in shed for goats, horses, alpacas or any other farm animal!
35 Uses for Diatomaceous Earth: The Miracle Mineral
Diatomaceous earth kills critters in your food and around the house, it has many health benefits, it's cost-effective, and it's 100% natural.
All the Duck Egg Facts (+10 Tips to Selling Duck Eggs)
Are you curious about a duck's egg? All the information you want to know: taste? odor? cost? 10 tips right here ↑ .
DIY REMOTE INTERNET CONNECTION MAKE YOUR OWN OFF-GRID INTERNET CONNECTION
They say that one of the many blessings of country life is that you appreciate the little things. Like clean air, water and food. And I do. I also VERY much appreciate our internet connection, now that we’ve finally got it (kind of) sorted.Our hidden valley is questionably blessed with being devoid of mobile reception. That means no mobile broadband internet. An ADSL connection is also un-doable. Hmmm. Which leaves dial-up internet (please somebody kill me), or figure a system out for…
How to Be More Productive on Your Homestead
No matter if you are new to homesteading or an old pro these 5 tips will help you be more productive and achieve your homestead goals!
Urban Farming: How to Turn a 1/3 Acre Garden into a $75,000 Yearly Income
Isn’t This the Most Amazing Urban Farming Garden You’ve Ever Seen! Whether you’re an urban farming enthusiast or an open plains homesteader, you’ve probably pondered at some point how you can more efficiently use the garden area you have available to grow more food and maybe to turn a profit to boot. That’s just what […]
How To Drill A Water Well On Your Land -- Step-By-Step DIY Instructions
If you have some land, all the free water you could ever need might be just below your feet... Imagine the saving and the freedom of having your own water
200 Free chicken feed sources, the ultimate list!
The ultimate list of free chicken feed resources. How to feed your chickens for free or very cheaply. Almost 200 ideas for saving money on chicken feed as told by homesteaders all over the web.
Teri Starts Her Homestead from Scratch
It's important to develop a can-do attitude and to cultivate relationships that foster interdependence, even when we're striving for self-sufficiency.
The 10 Best Trees for Homesteaders and Preppers | SHTFPreparedness
If you want to be as self-sufficient as possible, one of the best things you can do is plant lots of trees. But which trees are the best to plant?