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  • The basic idea behind the trapping of rainwater is a straightforward process of collecting it while using existing structures. This guide will break down different methods for collecting, harvesting, and filtering that rainwater, as well as provide information on how to use it for various projects.

    Everything You Need to Know About Trapping Rainwater

    Everything You Need to Know About Trapping Rainwater

    by Ben Martin0

  • With the current economic situation weighing heavily on us, it is time to get back to basics. Gardening and storing harvest were once common practice. How do you store harvests to ensure they remain edible long term?

    How to Store Food Long Term

    How to Store Food Long Term

    by Cynthia Hoover0

  • Oregano isn't just an herb used in the culinary world. It is also available in essential oil form. This article will break down the various uses and applications of oregano essential oil.

    How to Use Oregano Essential Oil

    How to Use Oregano Essential Oil

    by Cynthia Hoover6

  • If you are staying at home because of the coronavirus quarantine (or some other reason) and are looking for things to do, then this list is for you. You'll find over 200 ideas for things to do when you are stuck inside and can't leave your house.

    200+ Things to Do When You Can't Leave Your House

    200+ Things to Do When You Can't Leave Your House

    by Claudia Mitchell11

  • Choosing the best wood for carving can be difficult. Some types are too soft, while others such as pine can be full of knots. With all the natural options we have, you might be wondering which woods are best for your carving needs. Here are some insights into how to choose the ideal wood for carving

    Best Wood for Carving

    Best Wood for Carving

    by Ben Martin0

  • Chopping firewood is fun, and it's great exercise. If you use wood to heat your home and you're not chopping your own yet, it's high time you learned that firewood should warm you twice! Here's just about everything you need to know to get choppin'.

    How to Chop Firewood: Basics, Including Large Tree-Trunk Sections

    How to Chop Firewood: Basics, Including Large Tree-Trunk Sections

    by Rachel Koski Nielsen18

  • Photos show the basic process of building a new grain bin, for purposes of information only. The process shown is not complete enough to be used as instructions, but is intended to help you decide whether or not you can make this a DIY project.

    How to Build a Grain Bin: An Illustrated Overview

    How to Build a Grain Bin: An Illustrated Overview

    by Joilene Rasmussen0

  • My family has been successfully living off the grid for over ten years. Here's how we put nature to work to support our off-grid lifestyle, including solar lights and appliances indoors and outdoors.

    How to Successfully Live Off the Grid as a Family

    How to Successfully Live Off the Grid as a Family

    by LongTimeMother181

  • What if every household in the world could thrive with just the amount of water they received via rainfall and no more? Growing food and herbs indoors as well? It can be done. It is being done.

    Off-the-Grid Home Water System

    Off-the-Grid Home Water System

    by Susette Horspool8

  • Citronella oil is an effective pest repellent often found in many products on the market today, but it also has various other medicinal properties and applications. This guide will break down the many uses of this versatile essential oil.

    How to Use Citronella Essential Oil

    How to Use Citronella Essential Oil

    by Cynthia Hoover19

  • Here are some helpful tips for renting a storage unit to save you time, money and make your self-storage experience as positive and hassle-free as possible.

    10 Tips for Renting a Storage Unit

    10 Tips for Renting a Storage Unit

    by carolynkaye5

  • I love living off the grid. If you are thinking of making the move to an off-grid lifestyle, here are the most important things to know—plus some of my top tips to get you started.

    Top Tips for Living Off the Grid

    Top Tips for Living Off the Grid

    by LongTimeMother53

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