The 5 Easiest Crops for Homesteading

Homesteading can be defined as establishing a life of self-reliance in the home through growing crops and vegetables in a garden within the family compound. These gardens help in production staple food for the family as well as helping to raise…
How to Build a Battery Bank

The battery bank is the most important component of your off-grid powering system (See How to Build an Off-Grid Power Source). Once the sun goes down, the battery bank will provide electricity throughout the night if built correctly. The trick to…
Stovehinge Rocket Stove Review And Demo

The Stovehinge Collapsible Rocket Stove uses much less fuel than an open fire for cooking, allowing the user to preserve fuel in any fuel-limited or emergency situation. It is great for homesteading, prepping, off-grid survival, and camping. It is packable…
Alternate Power

The Seven Sisters of Urban Survival (Part V) You need some kind of power for: 1. Light 2. Cooking 3. Heat 4. Refrigeration 5. Communications LIGHT This is a must when the power goes out. If you can afford them,…
Prepping & Storing Food

The Seven Sisters of Urban Survival (Part II) Again we start with the basic rule of 2 adults for 72 hours. This is because FEMA, the Red Cross and most other emergency responders basically tell you that it the first…
Surviving on Dandelions

Did you know that you can eat Dandelions? Yes, Dandelions, the “weed.” It is very edible and tastes just like spinach. Dandelions are often used for making teas, coffees, and salads! The coffee is absolutely delicious. Dandelions also make a…
Bushcraft 101 Review

As an outdoorsman and survivalist, I am always trying to find new books and articles regarding wilderness survival. I have read dozens of books about the art of wilderness survival. Of all of the books I have read about survival,…