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Natural chicken feed you make yourself by sprouting grains is the best way to have a healthy, strong flock.
Using this lye soap recipe is a good way to learn the ropes of soapmaking in a simple way.
A burdock plant isn't a weed, but valuable for food and for medicine.
Yeast free diet basics are a wise first step in combating a wide range of health issues.
Stevia brownies are an excellent way to enjoy a treat without messing up your blood sugar levels.
What are flower remedies? They are a gentle way of promoting healing by easing emotional troubles.
Off the grid solar power, using photovoltaics to harness energy from the sun, is a great way to save money.
Beekeeping basics like the ones listed below will ensure your bees will survive the end of winter.
Preparedness planning information includes fast emergency preparation skills when you have little time and money to prepare.
Raising chickens in your backyard farm is the fastest way to a healthy organic garden. Learn how to raise chickens.