This article discusses the benefits and drawbacks of farming with horses, including comments from farmers with real-world experience, different varieties of draft horses, and ideal size farms for draft horses.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS and GRIT magazine invite you to take part in International Homesteading Education Month this September.
Get your home, lawn and garden ready for the onset of the cold months with this checklist of fall chores. Originally published as "Fall Chore Checklist" in the September/October 1990 issue of MOTHER EARTH NEWS.
Founded as an experimental farm in the 1890s, the family that owned Shelburne Farms coped with the pressures driving it out of business in the early 1970s by turning it into an educational farm and non-profit corporation.
Paula Thompson compares Arkansas Ozarks newcomers with the native Ozark population and raises concerns over re-creating the problems everyone came here to escape.
Learn antique paper quilling shapes and curls to create your own flowers, snowflakes, butterflies, birds, and abstract artwork.
Reader letters about apartment living, urban homesteading, raising rabbits, sustainable investing, homestead advice, building with SIPs, wild meat, global warming, sustainable families and hope for the future.
You don’t have to waste time looking for the right nail again with this inexpensive nail storage solution.