A simple inexpensive project that can help keep your home warmer in the winter and reduce your heating costs.
http://www.thegoodsurvivalist.com/how-to-keep-your-home-warmer-for-under-2-dollars-this-simple-tip-really-works/2/ » Read more
Photo: Hestia Home Biogas
An interesting look at the energy capacity of a home biogas digester and what one could power with a small backyard setup.
For all those beginning beekeepers out there, here are a few steps to take to help out your bees get through a hard cold winter and increase their survivability into Spring.
A great new item to consider adding to your bug out bag or as an everyday carry item. This paracord has a burnable fiber element that adds a whole new important function to it - a sustained flame.
Kevin Fogle, Urban Farm
Some great tips and ways to help protect your garden from squirrels and other urban garden pests.
Photo courtesy Acres U.S.A.
A great exploration of adding guinea fowl to your homestead for a variety of reasons, including tick and pest control control, meat production and can be used at a form of property security alarm.
http://www.motherearthnews.com/homesteading-and-livestock/raising-guinea-fowl-ze0z1410zcwil.aspx#axzz3GyamdhoP » Read more
A great introduction into the steps and process of saving wax cappings and excess wax from your bee hives.
The basics of DIY sausage making and a bit of history to this now uncommon process of home meat processing and storage.
http://gameandgarden.com/cooking/the-lost-art-of-sausage-making/ » Read more
A number of great winter vegetables to seek out this winter. Also look for a winter CSA that might supply you with delicious veg.
Learn how to make your own burnable fuel (biogas) from this highly informative and comprehensive article.
Group for Preppers, Homesteaders, and helpful neighbors in Gallatin County
Stories and Predictions of the Future. The more detailed, the better.
Calvert and St. Marys County
For Texans living in/around Colorado County (Columbus, Weimar, Eagle Lake, etc.)
Folks in the Southeast South Carolina area helping each other prepare for whatever might happen