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How To Turn A Mason Jar Into A DIY Dispenser

How To Turn A Mason Jar Into A DIY Dispenser Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at amazon to help support my site and explore our  PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. How many times have you had liquids in a mason jar and wanted to pour the contents …

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Lost your Key? How To Open a Padlock with an Aluminum Can

Lost your Key? How To Open a Padlock with an Aluminum Can I want to start off by saying please don’t take this knowledge and use it to gain entry or to do illegal things, use this knowledge only if you need to, like say for example you lose YOUR keys for your shed or lockup …

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Canned Heat – How to Make an Emergency Heater

Canned Heat – How to Make an Emergency Heater You have probably heard about it yourself, Some city or other has a power outage in the dead of winter and as a result of it, a few people freeze to death. The victims are almost always older people who can’t get out, can’t create heat by …

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How To Build An Automatic Watering Tube For Your Chickens

How To Build An Automatic Watering Tube For Your Chickens Chickens require clean drinking water, which may seem easy enough to do. But there are choices in how you deliver water to chickens Watering your chickens can become a very repetitive thing you have to do quite a few times a day this is a …

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How To Build an Earth Sheltered Greenhouse

How To Build an Earth Sheltered Greenhouse Growers in colder climates often utilize various approaches to extend the growing season or to give their crops a boost, whether it’s cold frames, hoop houses or greenhouses.An earth-bermed greenhouse is best build into an already existing South facing hill with full sun exposure. This is a great …

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Garden Inspiration: Build an Amish Cold Frame

Garden Inspiration: Build an Amish Cold Frame You might think that the growing season has a finite beginning and end: the last frost in spring and the first frost in fall. But, in fact, many gardeners try to start planting and harvesting when frost still threatens. With a simple coldframe, you can extend your season …

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