By Lacy Razor
Make your own substitute for plastic grocery bags.
By Caitlin Wilson
Defend your garden from unwanted animals.
Technology can fail, don't rely on GPS to get you where you need to go in the wilderness. Practice map skills by identifying cardinal directions and landmarks to find your way home or back to camp.
Check out this story from a GRIT reader about the day a skunk crossed the path of a girl and her puppy.
Here you will find a short list of old-fashioned practices helpful to remember, especially during a crisis.
Learning from nature: What the prairie dog can teach us about protecting ourselves from springtime weather threats.
With small farms and homesteads experiencing sudden changes in the market, finding new ways to reach customers is just another challenge. Here are a few ideas for making ends meet.
Ensure your prepared for a world without cell phones and internet by learning how to use these alternate forms of communication.
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