Use these ideas to help you and your family save money and give from the heart this year by adopting a non-materialistic lifestyle.
Group editor Rebecca Martin shares the story of a UTV her father and grandfather built in the 1950s out of a single-cylinder engine.
Travelers of the past used to find their way through the world by following the stars, and you can too with this handy guide on navigation by the stars.
So many of our small communities have disappeared, or have gotten so small, that there is no pride in them anymore. However, the little town of Leonidas, Michigan, has found a way to bring pride back to its small town, and is showing other burgs what they can do.
County fairs bring thoughts of food and fun, but to our youth, they offer so much more.
Glamping is a term combining glamorous and camping and is a new trend to let country folks make money off their land, while letting others discover the peace of getting away to the country for a while.
Editor Rebecca Martin shares thoughts and memories on wildlife and how they survive in an urban environment.
Invest a little time into attitudes of awareness, realistic plans, and reasonable preparation to find a true resilience that is as beneficial in everyday life as it is in disasters.
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