Looking for a convenient reference to vegetable diseases? Cornell has created an online resource that you will probably find very useful.
If you want to keep up to date on droughts in your area, take a look at the United States Drought Monitor.
Louisiana State University has put together an excellent website packed with countless building plans available for free PDF download.
If you have never planted a garden before, you may still be hunting for resources. We've pulled together a short list of posts, links, and books to help you out.
If you are looking for something to read during those cold winter days, or if you are looking for last-minute gift ideas, we'd like to make a few recommendations.
If you want to identify a plant in Kansas, here is the first website you should consult: Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses. The site is maintained by Michael John Haddock, author of Wildflowers & Grasses of Kansas (read our full review). Those of you who have enjoyed the field guide will love the website. It contains … Continue reading Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
DIYHomeschooler.com offers free—but high-quality—units on a wide range of subjects. We have picked out five units and activities of particular interest to homesteading families.
If you love horses, cattle, and the Western way of life, Better Horses Radio offers just the information you will be interested in.
The Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States offers map after map after map, some of historical interest, others with relevance today.
Parents, if you are looking for a way to introduce your children to God's beautiful creation, consider these free online nature studies.