Gaia’s Garden starts with the simple but important position that permaculture practices allow us to work with Mother Nature instead of against her as we design our landscape and our gardens.
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We are pleased to announce that the Homesteaders’ Book Club is going to dig deeper this spring and read a gardening book that will offer new insight to almost any homesteader! Are you itching to start your spring gardening tasks, or maybe already getting started? […]
Here at Homestead How-To we are all about creating community among homesteaders. We do that by building a learning community. Whether you follow us on Instagram, Like our Facebook Page, or visit our blog, you’ll see a regular stream of new “how-to” resources. In the […]
Subtitle: Why Your Chickens Do What They Do & Say What They Say I consider chickens to be the gateway animal to having animals on your homestead. Once you’ve got the basics (shelter, food, water, and a place to forage) they are surprisingly low-maintenance. One […]
When you are an aspiring homesteader, or someone who has begun heading down the road toward homesteading, it can be easy to dream big but hard to imagine how you will get there. It was no surprise, then, that the Homesteaders’ Book Group chose Jenna […]
Subtitle: How to Craft your Own “Hyperlocal” Beer, Wine, and Soda Many homesteaders are interested in brewing their own wine, beer, or soda (in fact, just last week we published a great guide to making homemade country wines!). It’s another product you can make […]