May 25

How to Make Homemade Sawdust Fire Logs

This step by step tutorial of how to make homemade sawdust fire logs can be reworked into a heating source for wood stoves, outdoor fire pits and fireplaces. Warm temperatures days are a perfect time to create this project because it will help dry out the pressed sawdust bricks more quickly. The main thing you …

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May 25

Buttermilk Banana Blueberry Homestead Bread

This homemade buttermilk Banana Blueberry homestead bread recipe will remind you of the delicious smell of your Grandmother kitchen… it tastes fantastic too. Fresh plump blueberries, soft overripe bananas and buttermilk create a whirlwind of extra moist and tasty bread. I would bake multiple loaves because your family will keep coming back for slices till …

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May 25

Homesteading Solar Water Heating Basics

This overview of homesteading solar water heating basics will hopefully inspire your family to take on the self sufficiency task of using solar panels to heat your water supply. Way back when, in the days of the original Homesteaders and well before the modern age, people had to make do with what the land provided. …

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May 25

Make Your Own Cheese With Yogurt And Wild Herbs

      Great tutorial for making cheese at home out of yogurt and fresh herbs. This cheese is beautiful with the herbs and flowers in it. I learned something new in this article. It seems that way back when human could not drink milk because we did not produce an enzyme called lactase that help break …

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May 25

Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency By State Great Resource For Homesteaders

          Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency helps you find incentives, loans,tax breaks and other forms of incentive when you change to make your energy usage renewable and more efficient. They offer a map or you can put in your zip code to see a list of all incentives for your area that …

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May 24

How To Remove Ivy From A Homestead Tree

This helpful tutorial of how to remove ivy from a homestead tree is a life saving act for your valuable trees. Trees need our help to stay healthy by removing invasive ivy vines, protect a tree’s critical root zone, don’t over fertilize and mulch around the base of the trunk.  Ivy vines are parasites to …

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