With 12 indoor cats, once fleas get a foothold it can lead to serious trouble. After decades of living without fleas, Blythe and her husband have had to battle these tiny voracious beasts twice in the past few years. Read this blog to see how their multi-pronged approach helped win the war.
Broken and leaking garden hoses can be a source of frustration unless you know a few tricks to make repairing them quicker and easier. Use heavy-duty hose repair fittings for more long-lasting hoses: more time gardening, less time fixing broken garden tools.
Food dehydration is one of the best methods to preserve the nutritional value of your garden harvest. But food dehydrators are expensive and energy costly. This article explores a low-cost option to dry large amounts of garden goods using a used vehicle parked in a sunny location.
Readers’ tips about storing onions, making a free solar food dehydrator, creating upcycled herb planters, rain water storage, and more.
We built a small pond with friends to add the beauty of water and habitat diversity to our front yard.
Old fencing is a great urban resource for tons of homesteading projects .
Connect with an age-old process and the life cycle of plants to make fragrant, textured paper. See the photos on this page for step-by-step guidance in the papermaking process.
You don’t need expensive wood to build fine furniture. With a little care and knowledge you’ll find amazing boards in piles of cheap construction-grade lumber.