Disaster Plans 101

By Kyle Ferlemann

An examination of the basic requirements that your disaster plan should address.


Community and Disaster Preparedness, Part 2

By Kyle Ferlemann

The most effective thing you can do to improve your situation in a disaster, before a disaster, is to be on friendly terms with your neighbors and socially active within your community.


Create a Cottage Industry

Written and Photos by Renee Pottle

This entrepreneur grew a successful farm business by deftly maneuvering through the ever-changing and challenging market.


A Taste for Chicken

By Rebecca Martin

Rebecca Martin talks about her extended family’s adventures raising 200 or more meat chickens, and processing them.


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Community and Disaster Preparedness, Part 1

By Kyle Ferlemann

Learn how you can help prepare yourself and community for a disaster to ensure you, your loved ones, and neighbors are safe.


How Old is Too Old to Work

By Jonica Bradley

Ranching is physical labour. How old is too old to work with livestock?


How to Celebrate the Holidays Without Materialism

By Holly Welles

Use these ideas to help you and your family save money and give from the heart this year by adopting a non-materialistic lifestyle.


Sputnik the Space Junk UTV

By Rebecca Martin

Group editor Rebecca Martin shares the story of a UTV her father and grandfather built in the 1950s out of a single-cylinder engine.



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