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Bad Bee News in a Busy Week
Spring is usually a time of rebirth and young animals, but winter wasn't done with us. The recent cold snap caused death and destruction.
Winter Returns; Good News Seems Scarce
We were enjoying spring when this wintry blast reminded us that there are still tough times ahead of us. At least we know spring will return.
Making Sure my Bees are Prepped for Spring
The world may be heading towards war, but we still need to inspect the bees, feed the chickens, plan the garden and get ready for spring.
Make this the Year You Garden
With the way the world looks today, there has never been a better time to plant a garden. If the SHTF, you will value every calorie you produce.
Time to Step Away From it All
Where we live, we can’t get a pizza delivered. Door Dash doesn’t come here. We can’t even join Walmart+. Are the trade offs worth it?
No Blizzard for us! More Time for Chores
While bad weather seems to have cut a swatch from California to Minnesota, we escaped and the bees and I both used the time productively.
Is Micro Hydro Power an Option for our House?
We have multiple streams running along and across our property. Are any of them suitable to hydropower, and hows does it compare to solar?
Two years of Homesteading Lessons
We've been homesteading for two years now. We've made some mistakes and learned some lessons that might help you in the future.
Tackling Winter Projects on the Homestead
Just because its cold, snowy and windy doesn't mean there isn't work to be done. Thankfully, much of it can be done inside.
How to Avoid Chicken Feed Problems
Are your chickens laying normally this winter? Some are blaming a lack of eggs on Tractor Supply. Here's what to do if your egg production is down.