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Do you have an unheated corner in your basement? It's the perfect place to store potatoes for food storage during the winter months. | DIY Preparedness by mel01
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mel01 Do you have an unheated corner in your basement? It's the perfect place to store potatoes for food storage during the winter months. | DIY Preparedness
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If you own chickens and don't know what lash eggs are, then you want to read this. by mel01
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mel01 If you own chickens and don't know what lash eggs are, then you want to read this.
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Baking Without an Oven - Woodstove Bakes — One of my favorite parts of the holiday season is the food; the baked goods, in particular. Living off-grid doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some fresh baking. On Homestead Honey, there is an article on how to bake in your woodstove during the winter. by mel01
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mel01 Baking Without an Oven - Woodstove Bakes — One of my favorite parts of the holiday season is the food; the baked goods, in particular. Living off-grid doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some fresh baking. On Homestead Honey, there is an article on how to bake in your woodstove during the winter.
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Build A Survival Garden Using Hugelkultur Uses LESS water and is self nutrient feeding... Great way to plant your survival garden by mel01
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mel01 Build A Survival Garden Using Hugelkultur Uses LESS water and is self nutrient feeding... Great way to plant your survival garden
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My little farm needs Fig trees. After failing in my first attempt to propagate the trees I discovered a new technique. Now I can start them in plain water then plant them with roots already developing. Hopefully I'll have lots of baby Fig trees soon! by mel01
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mel01 My little farm needs Fig trees. After failing in my first attempt to propagate the trees I discovered a new technique. Now I can start them in plain water then plant them with roots already developing. Hopefully I'll have lots of baby Fig trees soon!
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How To Build a Wood-Gasifier - Whether you want to be off the grid or simply prepared in the event of a sustained power outage, you are going to need an alternate source of energy at some point. A generator would seem like the practical solution to the energy problem, but what if you don’t have access to fuel? Images by tatebullrider/instructables.com by mel01
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mel01 How To Build a Wood-Gasifier - Whether you want to be off the grid or simply prepared in the event of a sustained power outage, you are going to need an alternate source of energy at some point. A generator would seem like the practical solution to the energy problem, but what if you don’t have access to fuel? Images by tatebullrider/instructables.com
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LogJaw Log Carrier by mel01
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mel01 LogJaw Log Carrier
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pallet barn: perfect for the goats!!!! by mel01
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mel01 pallet barn: perfect for the goats!!!!
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Cooking over a Dakota Fire Hole... saves wood and does not smoke... by mel01
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mel01 Cooking over a Dakota Fire Hole... saves wood and does not smoke...
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Duck House !!!! by mel01
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mel01 Duck House !!!!
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Grow your own organic apples! Plant trees in either spring or fall. Explains how… by mel01
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mel01 Grow your own organic apples! Plant trees in either spring or fall. Explains how…
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Rain catch by mel01
How To Build a 400sqft Solar Powered Off Grid Cabin for $2k - How to build a nice small cabin powered by solar panels. Lamar Alexander built this cute little 400 square foot cabin for approximately $2000, and powers it with a 570 watt solar and wind power system. by mel01
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mel01 How To Build a 400sqft Solar Powered Off Grid Cabin for $2k - How to build a nice small cabin powered by solar panels. Lamar Alexander built this cute little 400 square foot cabin for approximately $2000, and powers it with a 570 watt solar and wind power system.
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Chickens do well in winter weather, but there are some critical precautions you should take before the mercury dips. Here's 7 tips to keep your flock safe. by mel01
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mel01 Chickens do well in winter weather, but there are some critical precautions you should take before the mercury dips. Here's 7 tips to keep your flock safe.
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Wooden pallets shed for storing of logs: 24 Practical DIY Storage Solutions for Your Garden and Yard by mel01
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mel01 Wooden pallets shed for storing of logs: 24 Practical DIY Storage Solutions for Your Garden and Yard
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Homemade Vegetable Soup - Pressure Canning - Ball® Recipes by mel01
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mel01 Homemade Vegetable Soup - Pressure Canning - Ball® Recipes
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A holistic approach to small-area farming that can enable a gardener to produce 85 percent of an average family’s food on just a quarter acre. In Maximizing Your Mini Farm, author and mini-farming guru Brett L. Markham breaks down the tips, tricks and planning advice that can make your small-area farm profitable and help you grow more food on less land. by mel01
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mel01 A holistic approach to small-area farming that can enable a gardener to produce 85 percent of an average family’s food on just a quarter acre. In Maximizing Your Mini Farm, author and mini-farming guru Brett L. Markham breaks down the tips, tricks and planning advice that can make your small-area farm profitable and help you grow more food on less land.
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101 Gardening: how to grow sweet potatoes #Organic_Gardening by mel01
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mel01 101 Gardening: how to grow sweet potatoes #Organic_Gardening
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It is possible to live without a fridge and still eat well. It just takes a slight change in how we think about our food. by mel01
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mel01 It is possible to live without a fridge and still eat well. It just takes a slight change in how we think about our food.
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Fall is arguably the most beautiful and enjoyable times of year to work in the… by mel01
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mel01 Fall is arguably the most beautiful and enjoyable times of year to work in the…
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Forno Bravo oven in Ottawa Valley...Like the stacked stone look and the arched tin roof by mel01
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mel01 Forno Bravo oven in Ottawa Valley...Like the stacked stone look and the arched tin roof
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A walipini is a greenhouse that's built into the ground to take advantage of the more stable temperatures and thermal mass of the earth. Ranging from simple to elaborate, these structures allow you to grow all year long, in almost any climate on earth. by mel01
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mel01 A walipini is a greenhouse that's built into the ground to take advantage of the more stable temperatures and thermal mass of the earth. Ranging from simple to elaborate, these structures allow you to grow all year long, in almost any climate on earth.
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Make a potato pot by cutting out the sides of a plant pot and putting it inside another one - this makes it easier to lift the plants out for harvesting! by mel01
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mel01 Make a potato pot by cutting out the sides of a plant pot and putting it inside another one - this makes it easier to lift the plants out for harvesting!
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Chicken Dust Bath Ideas by mel01
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mel01 Chicken Dust Bath Ideas
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Pine Cone Fire Starters by mel01
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mel01 Pine Cone Fire Starters
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Rose hips are the tart fruit of roses, and are usually easy for forage! by mel01
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mel01 Rose hips are the tart fruit of roses, and are usually easy for forage!
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How To Build An Amazing Chicken Coop  #diy #homesteading #chickens by mel01
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mel01 How To Build An Amazing Chicken Coop #diy #homesteading #chickens
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DIY Garbage Can Root Cellar     #homesteading #rootcellar #gardening by mel01
preparring this pallet for strawberries by mel01
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mel01 preparring this pallet for strawberries
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RABBITS FOR SELF- SUFFICIENCY  Rabbits are quiet, grow fast, have large litters and can be fed on produce from the garden, or by foraging safe weeds and other safe food sources, or just good quality hay (They will grow faster on pellets or a balanced natural diet)    Rabbits a great high protein, low-fat, white meat, that is great tasting, easy to slaughter and no freezing needed. Just keep them in the cages until ready to put on the plate. by mel01
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mel01 RABBITS FOR SELF- SUFFICIENCY Rabbits are quiet, grow fast, have large litters and can be fed on produce from the garden, or by foraging safe weeds and other safe food sources, or just good quality hay (They will grow faster on pellets or a balanced natural diet) Rabbits a great high protein, low-fat, white meat, that is great tasting, easy to slaughter and no freezing needed. Just keep them in the cages until ready to put on the plate.
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