All posts tagged with Home & Life
09/13/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

There are few simple pleasures in life as juicy and fulfilling as taking a bite of a freshly-grown tomato. Tomatoes

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-09-13-are-these-8-common-mistakes-creating-a-tomato-timebomb-in-your-garden

08/24/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

University of Illinois researchers have announced that they have discovered a way to design a landscape that can provide people

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-08-24-scientists-think-they-just-invented-multifunctional-polyculture-food-farms-but-its-been-around-forever-as-food-forests-and-permaculture

08/15/2017 / By Lance D Johnson

Forbes.com is quickly becoming one of the most discredited publications on the web. For 10 years, Forbes.com published the works

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-08-15-discredited-forbes-com-attacks-self-reliance-claiming-people-who-live-in-rural-areas-are-delusional-moochers

08/08/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

When hermit monk Brother Simon reappeared at the farmer Farrin’s market after not being seen for seven years, people thought

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-08-08-top-10-edible-roots-keep-alive-in-a-survival-situation

08/02/2017 / By News Editors

It’s always interesting reading when someone smug and sanctimonious writes a clueless diatribe about another group of people being smug

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-08-02-discredited-forbes-com-says-self-reliant-homesteaders-are-delusional-and-mooching-off-civil-society

07/19/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Scientists continue to genetically engineer plants that are becoming less and less like anything that nature ever intended, and in

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-07-19-no-genetic-engineering-needed-simple-vinegar-can-help-plants-resist-drought-scientists-find

07/06/2017 / By Jayson Veley

What if tomorrow the United States was hit by a massive EMP strike that destroys the power grid and forces

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-07-06-5-survival-lessons-we-can-learn-from-people-who-havent-had-power-in-their-homes-for-hundreds-of-years

07/06/2017 / By Russel Davis

Homesteading is a practical way of having nearly everything you need readily available. It is also a full-proof way of

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-07-06-generate-revenue-off-grid-by-doing-these-7-things-on-your-homestead

07/04/2017 / By Russel Davis

Stockpiling is a good way of storing food for future survival needs. However, pests remain among the biggest hurdles in

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-07-04-preppers-protect-your-stash-from-these-three-pests

05/12/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Rosemary is the darling of the mint family. This incredibly fragrant evergreen herb is used for a variety of things,

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-05-12-rosemary-is-one-of-the-easiest-herbs-to-grow

05/09/2017 / By Earl Garcia

Every gardening process starts with the seeds. Seeds vary in size, shape, and germination period. Some seeds take longer to

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-05-09-here-are-8-seeds-that-are-great-for-long-term-storage

05/04/2017 / By Bridgette Wilcox

If life is getting too stressful for you, you may want to consider selling your house and downscaling your life

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-05-04-husband-and-wife-ditch-fancy-house-and-cars-to-happily-live-in-a-van

05/01/2017 / By Earl Garcia

A vast number of studies have demonstrated purslane’s efficacy in reducing blood cholesterol levels. As reported by OfftheGridNews.com, the plant is actually

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-05-01-stop-throwing-away-this-weed-it-could-help-lower-your-cholesterol

04/26/2017 / By Russel Davis

Differentiating hybrid, heirloom, and GMO vegetables can be confusing. Gardeners still interchange these terms, yet the nuances among them need

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-04-26-hybrid-heirloom-gmo-vegetable-origins

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