Learn how to make your very own grab and go emergency survival binder using simple items you can get anywhere! We cover a lot of information on bugging out, bugging in, and hunkering down. We take pride in helping you learn what to put in your bug out bag. We also help with what you need […]
Make it yourself at home. Learn the skills you need to make what you need when you need it. Learn how to make tools, recipes, equipment, household items, and supplies necessary for survival, off grid living, and modern homesteading. Use our guides to be less dependent on others and more self sufficient.
Canning is a forgotten art of preserving food for your homestead. Let us help you learn how and get started! We’ve decided to start bringing you some of the forgotten skills of yesteryear. We’re starting a new series called Self Sufficient Off Grid Homestead Ideas & Skills Basics because we want to help YOU become […]
Dryer lint. Turn this common item that is often thrown away into something useful such as DIY fire starters and candles, compost material and more! Dryer lint and I have a love/hate relationship. On one hand, dryer lint is a common household nuisance. If your like me, you hate having to clean the stuff off […]
No matter how careful you are, sometimes you just get hurt. No matter how careful you are, accidents just seems to happen. Be prepared! Somewhere in the world right now, someone has had an accident, whether its accidentally getting 3rd degree burns when cooking, getting twisted in the dog’s leash and breaking your arm, or […]
Pemmican is the ultimate survival food. With a few ingredients, you can make a food that has a long shelf life & provides all the proper nutrients you need. You aren’t always going to have the luxury of a stocked refrigerator in a survival situation. Besides stockpiling canned goods and other food items that can […]
Simple aquaponics projects for beginners (or anyone). Get a quick crash course in Aquaponics 101 and DIY tutorials for backyard projects. Aquaponics are excellent for growing food for your homestead, or just as a backyard project for the family. If that term is not familiar to you, stick around, you’re about to get a crash […]