You’ve decided that the country life is for you. You’re ready to get back to your roots, to get closer to nature, and to become more self-reliant. Or maybe you already have your place in the country. You’ve been keeping livestock and a garden for years. But somehow you’ve run into difficulties. Your lifestyle justContinue reading “Introducing Your Path to Abundant Living in Flyover Country”
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While your homesteading bucket list should be unique, you may find that these suggestions spark an interest you didn’t even know you had.
Is there someone in your family who loves country living? Show that you care with a gift tailored to their favorite interest this Christmas!
Looking for a rainy-day project? How about learning music, making art, or building something for the farm? Try one of our readers’ favorites.
The Web Soil Survey site takes a little bit of getting used to, but it provides a wealth of information.
Whatever stage you are in as a new farmer, one of the best things you can do is to read extensively. We have picked out 10 must-reads to get you going.
Summer is fast approaching! It’s time to battle the bugs, brush up on music skills, and plan some family time for Memorial Day.
Spring is in the air! Are you ready to get outside, grow some plants, and build something new?