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Canning Water In Case Of Emergencies

Canning Water In Case Of Emergencies There are many ways for people to prepare for a natural disaster or unexpected emergency. One thing that a lot of people do not realize is a supply of water will be needed. Water can be stored in many ways, but one of the best options is to can …

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Solar Powered Garden Water Feature For Less than $30

Solar Powered Garden Water Feature For Less than $30 I have always wanted a water feature in my garden but every time i go to the store to look at some options, the ready made fountains seems to cost a lot of money. I think the main reason i have wanted a water feature is due …

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Drilling A Water Well On Your Land: Things You Should Know

Drilling A Water Well On Your Land: Things You Should Know Whether you already own a homestead or are thinking about owning a homestead and are planning on drilling a water well there are some things you really should know and understand before you start thinking about your water well.This article is for those of …

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How To Build A DIY Water Treatment Train

How To Build A DIY Water Treatment Train If you collect rain water to use in a garden or around your homestead and are looking for a way for that rain water to be treated this is the article for you. The reason to treat rain water is to remove particles and impurities that may cause health …

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How To Pump water with no electricity, no gasoline, just gravity

How To Pump water with no electricity, no gasoline, just gravity This is a great project and personally i think this  would make a great addition to anyone’s homestead (well if you live near a stream or river that is)… If you are still  a little bit confused as to what this does, ill try …

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How to Convert an Electric Water Heater to Solar

How to Convert an Electric Water Heater to Solar A water heater can consume a lot of electricity and is one of the appliances in your house that costs you the most money. I personally have a tankless water heater which only heats up the water when I need it. I have saved about 33% …

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