After you read this handy tip, you’ll never need to buy expensive BBQ wood chips again.
If your manual grain mill turns out to be too much work for your arms alone, consider attaching it to an exercise bike for added power.
Follow this reader-submitted tip to capitalize on small leftovers from woodworking projects.
A MOTHER EARTH NEWS reader in Texas sprinkles dry molasses on fire anthills to kill pesky (and painful!) fire ants.
This deck refinishing idea employs used golf clubs as deck balusters and is perfect for golf aficionados and recycling enthusiasts alike.
It’s that time of year when the flying, buzzing, blood-sucking insects are at their peak annoyance, and, if you want to comfortably enjoy the great outdoors, you’ll need to apply some sort of bug repellent to your body. Try this non-toxic, herbal remedy that Stephanie Tourles has for you!
If you’re getting ready to build a home or begin a woodworking project, consider building with sustainable wood products. With help from the Sustainable Forestry Initiative and the Forest Stewardship Council databases, you can locate sustainably harvested wood.
FrogTape’s latest painting tape provides endless design possibilities and masking protection.