Homesteading Tips: Reducing Holiday Commercialism, Nursery Advice and Hatching Duck Eggs

MOTHER shares readers' homesteading tips to live by, including ways to reduce holiday commercialism, nursery business advice and how to hatch duck eggs.



Bike push-plow in the garden.
Bike push-plow in the garden.
PHOTO: DAVID CAWTHON
Stove for stoveside wood basket.
Stove for stoveside wood basket.
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