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Beginners Guide To Using A Pressure Canner

Beginners Guide To Using A Pressure Canner Make sure you like living green and frugally on Facebook and follow us on Pinterest to be updated every time we find a great tutorial If you’ve tried some water bath canning; making jams or applesauce, you may have been tempted to can some other vegetables from you garden. If they are low-acid …

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Guide To Building A Gypsy Wagon Trailer

Guide To Building A Gypsy Wagon Trailer If you are looking to build a nice camper or off the grid tiny house, I think this how to build a gypsy wagon trailer is for you. It combines the old-school look of a gypsy trailer with the modern amenities of a new camper. Best of all, …

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Permanent Hoop, Chicken Coop Guide

Permanent Hoop, Chicken Coop Guide I love a great chicken coop plan and this is one of the best plans i have seen very sturdy coop and simple to build, The purpose of a chicken coop is to protect chicken from bad weather – hot, cold, wind and rain. In areas where the climate requires a chicken …

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Amazing Wood-Fired Hot Tub – Build Guide

Amazing Wood-Fired Hot Tub – Build Guide Conventional acrylic hot tubs work fine but, frankly, I find them a little stupid. They are expensive to purchase and maintain. It’s a little offensive how much energy is consumed maintaining hot tubs at regular operating temperature 24 hours a day. Such a waste! Then there are the …

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How To Grow Plants From Seeds At Home

How To Grow Plants From Seeds At Home Make sure you like Living green and frugally on Facebook  to be updated every time we find a tutorial for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient on a budget. Seeds are a satisfying and thrifty alternative to purchasing flower and vegetable transplants in spring. Starting seeds indoors …

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Guide To Starting Seeds Indoors

Guide To Starting Seeds Indoors Seeds are a satisfying and thrifty alternative to purchasing flower and vegetable transplants in spring. Starting seeds indoors gives the gardener control over crop timing, as well as a greater selection of varieties (including many heirlooms that are not often sold as transplants).The health of your seeds begins with the …

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