Homesteading & Self-Sufficiency
Create a self-sufficient, sustainable and healthy lifestyle through homesteading! Nothing is more satisfying than producing your own food on your homestead and…
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Cilantro adds delicious exotic flavours to your home cooked meals. Here are herb gardening tips& tricks for beginners for growing cilantro in containers or the garden. #gardening #gardeningtips #permaculture #homesteadgarden #organicgardening #homesteading #urbangardening #vegetablegardening #growingfood #gardening4climate #gardeningforclimate #herbs #herbgardening #cilantro
Cheap Way to Pave a Driveway: Homestead Living - Paving your driveway doesn't have to mean breaking the bank. Whether you're looking for a cheap DIY home improvement project, or a more natural building approach to outdoor projects, there are plenty of cheap and easy driveway paving ideas to choose from. You can easily find a way to pave your driveway without going over budget.
How to leave the rat race and create a life where you have the freedom to create your own work schedule, make your own money, grow your own food, be healthy, and live off the grid as much as you desire!
Nasturtiums are not only pretty! Grow them in your garden for its tasty edible flowers and leaves. They are also a great ground-covering plant that attracts beneficial insects to your garden. #gardening #gardeningtips #permaculture #homesteadgarden #organicgardening #homesteading #urbangardening #vegetablegardening #growingfood #gardening4climate #gardeningforclimate #herbs #herbgardening #edibleflowers
The easy how-to guide for setting up a permaculture homestead so that you and your family are healthy, happy, and self-sufficient during a recession. From growing veggies year-round to harvesting rainwater, heating your home, and more!
How to grow sunflowers from seed. A beautiful addition to your garden or landscaping, sunflowers are easy to grow and require very little care. Use as a focal point for your garden or yard or as a background planting.
For those who love growing and eating peppers from their garden, preserving them in vinegar and salt is an easy way to ensure that they can enjoy them for months to come. This method of pickling peppers does not require any cooking, and can be stored for long-term food storage. It is a quick and easy way to ensure that your peppers remain fresh, crunchy, and flavorful for all your snacking and cooking needs.
All the benefits of free-range chickens without the risk! Check out our plans for building your own mobile chicken tractor. #homesteading #chickenkeeping #sustainability
Preparing for bees on the homestead down't take much. All you need to know to get ready for bees. Are you thinking about adding bees to your homestead? via @BarnyardJen
How to remove rust from small garden tools using an acid bath. (don't worry, you have it at home already!) Frugal way to keep your garden tools in great shape. Keeping your tools rust free helps them to last longer and work better! How to care for garden tools after cleaning them.
How to create a permaculture garden for abundant harvests, minimal effort, and sustainable self-sufficient goals. Learn the foundations for strong plants, sheet mulching, and even strategies for cold-climate garden growing.
Fermented Beets Recipe: Homesteading - If you've been wanting to try your hand at fermenting veggies, this simple recipe for Fermented Beets is a great place to start! Lacto-fermentation is a great way to preserve your produce while adding a tangy and crunchy texture to your favorite dishes. Best of all, the beneficial bacteria created during the fermentation process helps improve digestion and gut health, making this a great addition to any health-minded diet.
Would you like to grow your own food this year? Or at least get started? Even if you struggle to keep a house plant alive, you CAN start a backyard vegetable garden and grow food for your family this summer! #growyourownfood #vegetablegarden #veggiegarden #gardeningforbeginners #growyourownfoodselfsufficiency #growingyourownfoodforbeginners
Are raised beds better than in-ground beds? I’m comparing the two methods in this video and sharing the key aspects that must be considered before you decide so that you can create the healthiest veggies possible!
Learn how to protect your family and home if the power goes out or the grid drops. From the best generators to off-grid living tricks and passive no-electricity-required permaculture techniques, I share everything that you need to know to create a safe and secure life no matter what goes down!
You don't need a wad of cash to start homesteading! On the contrary, there are lots of ways to start growing food, raising chickens and preserve food for little or no money! Check out my post "How to Homestead With No Money"! #brokehomesteader #homesteadnomoney
If you’re struggling with overwhelm, fears, and worries about the state of the world, discover how gardening can reduce anxiety, calm your nervous system and improve your family’s stability for things to come.
Your garden struggles could exist because of the method that you’re using and have nothing to do with having a brown thumb. Permaculture is likely the method that you need to integrate in order to create the abundant homestead of your dreams.
Lessons Learned from Homesteading- Over the years, I've learned so many valuable lessons from homesteading. These 8 lessons learned on the homestead will help you on your homesteading journey. via @BarnyardJen
Discover how you can have a healthy and happy relationship with your homestead. It starts by understanding the 11 toolboxes of permaculture, which a homestead needs in order to thrive.
The P3 Permaculture Method is the newest and easiest way to use permaculture to create self-sustainable gardens and modern homesteads so that you can have that home-grown life (no matter how much space or land you have)!
You can take these 6 simple steps to prepare for raising goats on your homestead. What do you need to get started with goats? Here is everything you need to know about raising goats. via @BarnyardJen