Leaving garden soil bare can contribute to erosion and the release of carbon into the atmosphere, but planting cover crops can do a lot of good.
Daniele Kasper from the Michigan-based backyard country homestead talks about her first steps into hobby farming and self-sufficiency.
John and Fin Kernohan tell us about living in an off-grid, 304-square-foot tiny house (with a greenhouse bathhouse!) on their Georgia-based property.
In a disaster, especially living off-grid, emergency preparedness is the key to staying safe. The following equipment can help during the unexpected.
We speak to Mazzeltov Farms founder Bethany Riner about how she’s created a sustainable environment at the California-based venture.
An effective IPM (integrated pest management) strategy brings out the detective, researcher and reporter in us all to control destructive garden bugs.
A riparian buffer (planted land along a waterway) can add value, protect environmental conditions and even produce income for your farm.