Blog Posts - Homesteading

Winterizing Your Home

Not sure how to winterize your home? This basic checklist will help! The post Winterizing Your Home appeared first on Molly Green.
by Hunter Happenings on Dec 8, 2016

What You Should Plant for Grazing Animals

What You Should Plant for Grazing Animals Homesteading 101: What You Should Plant for Grazing Animals. If you are about to embark on the homesteading adventure of a lifetime you will need to know how to feed the animals you will eventually be raising...
by Flour On My Face on Aug 30, 2016

Every Welder a Prepper

Use these tips for DIY welding projects! The post Every Welder a Prepper appeared first on Molly Green.
by Hunter Happenings on Aug 23, 2016

Porch Plans for the New House

I recently teamed up with Arhaus to collaborate and brainstorm with them on the subject of turning an outdoor space into an additional living space with the comfort and warmth of the indoors. This trend is growing everywhere as we seek...
by Restoring the Roost on Aug 23, 2016

Selecting Fruit Trees for the Homestead

One of the most exciting things about homesteading for me is planning our orchard and reaping the sweetness of fresh home grown fruit!Fruit tree selection and placement definitely requires some forethought as some fruit trees are very high maintenanc...
by Restoring the Roost on Aug 9, 2016

Reliable Weather Lore

Use these helpful tips for predicting weather on your homestead!
by Hunter Happenings on Aug 2, 2016

Maine, Start Small, Get Big Without Debt.

Living in Maine, the idea of relocating here starts with vacations, the eye candy. Lots of Maine images splash online to tease and entice. But when the dream of living in Maine full time won’t go away, needs a little action, how to do it best?
by MeInMaine Blog on Aug 1, 2016

Keeping a Root Cellar

Discover the benefits of having a root cellar on your homestead!
by Hunter Happenings on Jul 19, 2016

Impressive Garlic Harvest

HOLY GARLIC BULBS! This was one awesome harvest of some HUGE heads of garlic (at least for us). In addition to planting our usual little plot of garlic in one of our raised beds, we also planted a sizable patch out at our new property (beside our new...
by Restoring the Roost on Jul 17, 2016

The Joy of Wildcrafting

Learn about the joys of wildcrafting!
by Hunter Happenings on Jul 7, 2016

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Are you finding a self-sufficient lifestyle to be too difficult?
by Hunter Happenings on Jun 30, 2016

Small Batch Pickled Beets

This is the first year we have ever been able to grow beets that actually developed a root!I had to thin them out quite a bit along the way, so although I didn't end up with a ton, I still had enough to make one jar of pickled beets and have two or t...
by Restoring the Roost on Jun 30, 2016

How to use Herbs and Essential Oils for Health

Have you made changes in your environment, cleaning products and food consumption to get healthier and reduce the amount of toxins you and your family are exposed to?
by Hunter Happenings on Jun 26, 2016

Survival Tips from Today & the Great Depression

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by Urban Survival Resources on Jun 23, 2016

Growing Up Hunting: Shaping Who I am Today

Learn about the legacy of hunting this woman passed on to her children!
by Hunter Happenings on May 24, 2016

French Breakfast Radishes

My love for radishes has grown in recent years. I love the spicy bite they have and I think they are such a great compliment not only to salads but to all sorts of dishes. Roasting them is delicious too. I've always wanted to try French Breakfast rad...
by Restoring the Roost on May 11, 2016

All about Fresh Eggs

Use these tips and tricks for your fresh eggs!
by Hunter Happenings on May 5, 2016

Homesteading In Maine, Been Happening For Years.

Homesteading in Maine, living off the land with the birds and the bees, all these trees. Is not something only tie dye wearing folks from out of state did back in the late 1960’s early 1970’s. While an unpopular war raged on. The image of...
by MeInMaine Blog on Apr 27, 2016

Winter in a Yurt with Three Children

Discover how one woman, her family, and a yurt pursued their homesteading dream!
by Hunter Happenings on Apr 25, 2016

Spring at the Roost

Ahhhh, springtime.  We just returned from spending a couple of weeks in Kentucky with family and since I hadn't posted in a while I thought I would share with you a few glimpses of our spring around here.  I wish I had remembered to capture...
by Restoring the Roost on Apr 25, 2016

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