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People and profiles from rural America

Should You Build Your Own Homestead?

By Bobbi Peterson

Homesteading can be enticing at first glance, and while it does prove to be an idyllic existence for those so inclined to that lifestyle, the road there is not an easy one.


Wintertime Dairy Chores

By Mary Carton

Doing chores in the winter time can be stressful and an adventure. I finally get to see whooping cranes on my third trip to Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge.


Prepare for Tornadoes

By Shawn L. Tipping, Sarah E. Tipping, and Robert D. Harris

Take these steps for safety before, during, and after a tornado.


Winter Storm Preparation

By Shawn L. Tipping, Sarah E. Tipping, and Robert D. Harris

Take these steps to minimize damage and danger during winter storms.


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Severe Thunderstorm Preparation

By Shawn L. Tipping, Sarah E. Tipping, and Robert D. Harris

Thunderstorms can be beautiful, but they can also cause destruction.


Flood Preparation

By Shawn L. Tipping, Sarah E. Tipping, and Robert D. Harris

Prepare for a flood with these tips.


A Cabin in the Snowy Woods

By Texas Pioneer Woman

Cold weather on our farm is both good and bad.


Exploring Historic Santiago, Chile

By Marilyn Jones

One day of exploring Santiago, Chile, is an adventure is history and culture in the capital city.