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A Vintage Wood-Burning Stove Helps Fuel The Modern Day Settler

Kate St.Cyr, known online as the Modern Day Settler, tells us about staying self-sufficient at her antique 1790s New England homestead.

Video: How To Season A Cast Iron Pan

Cast iron is considered a superior cooking material by many, but there are a few steps you need to take to care for the metal. First up—you need to season that cast iron pan.

“The No-Till Organic Vegetable Farm” Is A Comprehensive Guide For No-Till Farmers

In "The No-Till Organic Vegetable Farm," farmer and author Daniel Mays provides a detailed road map to start a no-till vegetable farm.

Seed Savers Are Leading The Preservation Movement

Saving and sharing open-pollinated seed through the Seed Savers Exchange promotes gardening goodwill and much-needed biodiversity.

What You Should Know To Start Crossbow Hunting

Crossbow hunting allows you to bring wild protein to your freezer without the aid of a shotgun. Here's what you need to know to get started.

Keep These Farm Safety Tips In Mind To Avoid Injury

Whether it's safely operating machinery or staying careful in the kitchen, farm safety should always be top of mind—even on small and hobby farms.

Produce Profile: Say Hello To Roselle Hibiscus

An unusually cheery garden companion, roselle hibiscus both looks great and offers a variety of flavorful uses, most notably in a refreshing tea.

Hens Rule The Roost At Courtney’s Chicken Charms

After relocating from Kauai to North Carolina, Courtney Kelly followed her longstanding dreams with a hobby farm she calls Courtney's Chicken Charms.


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