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This tip was submitted by one of our readers – Georgia from http://georgiascookiejar.blogspot.com/. It’s a great idea – please be sure to take the time to read it. Thank you for sharing! Choose a container that you will reheat your freezer meal in(individual or family-size). After freezing it long enough to form the shape, remove …

Tip For Maximizing Space In Your Freezer

By using renewable energy — wind and solar — and growing their own food, Cam and Michelle Mather have created a self-reliant homestead. They also use a rainwater collection and solar hot water system, and their horses provide free, effective manure for the garden. Find out how they got started, and how they’re successfully living off the grid.data-pin-do=

Living Off the Grid and Thriving! - Homesteading and Livestock

How to Build a Survivalist Homestead. Has interesting things to think about if you are building your own home.

Fee printables re: identifying trees by bark, leaves, etc.

Site with great free printables about identifying trees by bark, leaves, etc. Would be great for a nature study. great for the Cadette tree badge

When the SHTF, spices and sugars may be hard to come by.  But you, the prepper, here's how to make your own sugar/syrup from Sugar Beets.  Wonderfully sweet, and the greens are fully edible too.  A must have for every survival garden.

How to Make Your Own Sugar

When the SHTF, spices and sugars may be hard to come by. But you, the prepper, here's how to make your own sugar/syrup from Sugar Beets. Wonderfully sweet, and the greens are fully edible too. A must have for every survival garden.

DIY Butterfly Feeder - a bright colored bowl with a plastic mesh pot scrubber in it; just add sugar water (4 parts water, 1 part granulated sugar) and wait for the butterflies to show up.

DIY Butterfly Feeder - a bright colored bowl with a plastic mesh pot scrubber in it; just add sugar water- 4 parts water, 1 part granulated sugar.

HK: I like the idea of using the small wood storage shelter for solar panels AND collecting rain water! Brilliant!

This would be interesting for hauling water to. Use the solar for pressurization Simple water system; an open by shed that collects rain water in two 350 gallon tanks, houses a small pv solar system, and shelters firewood.

Uses for aspirin - remove stains, treat pimples, charge a car battery

Extraordinary uses for ordinary items

Uses of Aspirin: Remove perspiration stains from white fabric. Eliminate chlorine discoloration from hair. Reduce pimples by making a paste of water and crushed aspirin. Charge a car battery by dropping two aspirin into the battery.

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