Guide to Self-Reliance and Country Skills App

Guide To Self Reliance And Country Skills 2013 App ImageWith articles on wiser living topics, organic gardening techniques, traditional cooking skills and raising backyard chickens, this digital special issue is a valuable collection of advice and how-to on a plethora of self-reliance skills. MOTHER EARTH NEWS has more than 40 years of expertise covering all possible topics under the sustainable country living umbrella, and now you can access what you need anywhere by downloading our Self-Reliance and Country Skills app on your Apple or Android smartphone or tablet.

What’s in the Guide to Self-Reliance and Country Skills App?

This wiser-living app will be updated annually, with our freshest know-how made available for download. After you've downloaded the app, You’ll be able to read and put each of the 20-plus articles to use whether you have an Internet connection or not. When you are within Wi-Fi range, however, you’ll find every article full of links to even more great content and resources to help you realize your dreams of self-reliant living.

Articles within the app include:

  • All-Time Best Tips: Living on Less and Loving It!
  • Easy Projects for Instant Home Energy Savings
  • Seed-Starting Made Simple
  • Advice for Small-Scale Gardening
  • Cut Your Food Bills in Half
  • How to Put Food By the Old-Fashioned Way
  • Backyard Chickens Basics

Get Our Guide to Self-Reliance and Country Skills App!

Available for both smartphones and tablets at the following links for only $1.99:

Don’t forget to visit the MOTHER EARTH NEWS Apps page for information about all of our app offerings, including even more organic gardening techniques and crop-by-crop growing guides.

Please feel free to contact MOTHER EARTH NEWS with your questions and concerns regarding our smartphone and tablet apps. Visit our App Support page for more information.

Jennifer Kongs is the Managing Editor at MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine. When she’s not working at the magazine, she’s likely working in her garden, on the local running trails or in her kitchen instead. You can find Jennifer on Twitter or .