Modern classes and their focus on technology may lack a key component to success for our children.
When we think of homesteading, we often think of the wagon trains that went west in the 1800s. But modern homesteading — different from this vision — is still very much alive.
I was excited to attend my first MOTHER EARTH NEWS Fair with my husband. We both learned so much!
I'm searching for new homestead and learning that my internal compass is likely more reliable than my GPS on these country roads.
In today's world, being able to protect oneself is important. Not everyone is enamored with guns, especially some of us more "mature" women, but there are other options.
When homesteading becomes necessary for survival.
The MOTHER EARTH NEWS Fair is coming up in Belton, TX, and for the second year in a row my wife and I will be there!
A group of farmers around here have gotten together in a barn-turned-man-cave for over 20 years. Once a year, they fry everything in sight and call it "fry night." This was my first experience.
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