How to Make a Survival Bracelet

Survival Bracelets are quite useful to have in an emergency situation. The paracord that they are made with can be used for various things, such as fishing, helping to hold up a tarp (or something similar) for a shelter, rigging a pulley system to lift a heavy object, etc. While you’ll routinely see these bracelets …

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How to Hatch Chicks in a Homemade Incubator

We all know how important chickens are to any homestead. They are a great source of protein, both from their eggs and meat. In some cases, there are chickens that will lay every single day of the year, a total of 365 eggs just from one chicken! Usually, homesteaders starting out go and pick up …

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How to Dehydrate Vegetables

While trying to find out more information on Dehydrating Vegetables, I stumbled upon this “A to Z Guide to Dehydrating Vegetables”. It’s great, it talks benefits of dehydrating your vegetables, the good practices that one should follow, and how to store your vegetables. If you’re interested in learning how to dehydrate your vegetables, then this …

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How to Create a Car Survival Kit

It is very smart to have a survival kit aka a “bug out bag” ready to go in the event of an emergency. Usually you’ll have it stored somewhere easy to get to in your house or property, but unfortunately, emergencies situations can come up at any time and you could be away from your …

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How to Build a Homemade PVC Drip Irrigation System for your Garden for under $100

Do you do a lot of gardening? Are you using a drip irrigation system. If not, you should consider it, the benefits to using one include: saving water, improving growth, discouraging weed growth, saving time, and helping to control fungal diseases. While there are a lot of costly implementation out there, we have found a …

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How to Hatch Chicks in a Homemade Incubator

We all know how important chickens are to any homestead. They are a great source of protein, both from their eggs and meat. In some cases, there are chickens that will lay every single day of the year, a total of 365 eggs just from one chicken! Usually, homesteaders starting out go and pick up …

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How to Dehydrate Vegetables

While trying to find out more information on Dehydrating Vegetables, I stumbled upon this “A to Z Guide to Dehydrating Vegetables”. It’s great, it talks benefits of dehydrating your vegetables, the good practices that one should follow, and how to store your vegetables. If you’re interested in learning how to dehydrate your vegetables, then this …

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How to Create a Car Survival Kit

It is very smart to have a survival kit aka a “bug out bag” ready to go in the event of an emergency. Usually you’ll have it stored somewhere easy to get to in your house or property, but unfortunately, emergencies situations can come up at any time and you could be away from your …

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How To Boil Water using a Leaf

If ever in a survival situation it is imperative that you search out and find clean water. Sometimes it’s not possible to find clean water and you’ll have to resort to boiling it to clean it. This is relatively easy if you’re lucky enough to have some sort of container that you can boil water …

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How to Bake Bread in a Coffee Can

Want to bake bread, but don’t have access to a kitchen? Don’t worry, as long as you have access to a cooking source, all you need is a coffee can and your ingredients. This bread is delicious and is a great source of energy. Click the link below to get started making your very own …

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