Metal is never trash! In addition to selling scrap for a bit of trash, you can always find a use for discarded or found metal around the homestead.
Summer is when things get hopping on a homestead—and it’s also when kids are home from school, so follow these tips to get those little hands helping!
If you have the space, consider adding some cattle to your homestead. Benefits include food security, land maintenance, personal betterment and more.
Jonah Curtis tells us how a childhood spent exploring the outdoors has led to a fulfilling homesteading life that includes foraging treasures like Pheasant Back mushrooms.
Teri Page never intended to be an off-grid homesteader, but she and her family now live (and love) their self-sustaining Vermont life.
The Ingalls Homestead in South Dakota holds both historical and farming relevance for any modern homesteader with an interest in the old ways.
Considering hand-raising beef cattle for your family’s needs? Here are 8 tips to keep in mind when buying homestead cattle for the first time.
Instead of plowing through work, Dave and Anna Pié (and their three small children) took up the yoke to seed a new life farming in Eastern Ohio.