Turkey Jerky – Great For Dog Treats

Have so much leftover turkey you can’t even imagine eating it? well let your dog have it instead! They’ll love it! Theses turkey jerky treats are a great home-made treat that are especially good for using up that left over turkey. to see how you can make your dog these turkey jerky treats click the …

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50+ Free Farmstead eBooks

Learn tried-and-true methods of building and maintaining your small farm or homestead from historic US Department of Agriculture books and bulletins. The University of North Texas provides online editions of thousands of United States government sponsored books and documents. Here’s a small sampling of USDA publications from the 1930s through the 1960s. These old works do not show …

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Safe and Edible Glow Water For Kids

If you are  looking for something fun to do with your kids? You could make bath time more exciting with this fun, safe, and edible glow water! Made with all natural ingredients to make sure your children are safe during play time. This glow water can be made quickly and is a great DIY project for you and …

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Build A Crystal Radio That Takes NO Batteries

The simplest radio of all is the Crystal Receiver. This is the radio that soldiers in foxholes during World War 1 built out of scraps of wire, rusty razor blades, and telephone headsets. The crystal radio needs no battery power at all! It runs off of the micro watts of power present in the signal …

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Do-It-Yourself Gel Home Air Fresheners

Everyone likes a nice smell in their home. But store bought air fresheners can be expensive. Here´s how to make your own at a fraction of the cost!. There’s also the worry with toxic chemicals that can be released into the air. With a simple recipe, you can make gel air fresheners that keep the …

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Building Green Homes Using Papercrete

Papercrete is a fairly new ingredient in the natural building world. It is basically re-pulped paper fiber with cement or clay and/or other dirt added. When cement is added, this material is not as “green” as would be ideal, but the relatively small amount of cement is perhaps a reasonable tradeoff for what papercrete can offer.. …

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Homemade Coconut Oil Sunscreen

Most commercial sunscreens contain toxic ingredients and endocrine disrupting chemicals. In fact, in the years since sunscreen use began skin cancer rates have actually risen. In many cases commercial sunscreen use may actually promote skin cancer growth and free radical production. Fortunately natural ingredients (many found already right in your kitchen cupboard) can be used …

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Build a Simple Solar Water Heater

Solar water heating is regarded as one of the major alternative energy players for the future. It’s a sustainable energy source, will work for most homes and can provide your household with its required hot water for the majority of the year. Solar water heating systems have a good economic payoff, and are manageable systems to …

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