Tag Archives: homesteading

  • David Adams Feb 23, 2018

    The Best States for Off-Grid Homesteading

    The Best States for Off-Grid Homesteading

    Not every state is friendly towards homesteaders, which can make going off-grid even more difficult than it already is. You’ll have a much easier time if you homestead in a state that has favorable laws and natural resources for homesteaders. There aren’t any “perfect” states for homesteaders because every state government wants to dictate how… Read More

  • David Adams Feb 20, 2018

    Top 5 Mistakes People Make When Going Off-Grid

    Top 5 Mistakes People Make When Going Off-Grid

    Most preppers dream about going off-grid…but it’s not as easy as just buying a homestead and moving in. Many would-be homesteaders jump in but fail because they didn’t think about the situation well enough. I want to help make your off-grid transition a success, and that’s why I’m showing you the top 5 mistakes people… Read More

  • David Adams Dec 6, 2017

    How Broke People Can Get Land For Cheap

    How Broke People Can Get Land For Cheap

    Owning land in a rural area is a great survival asset. It allows you to hunt game, grow natural crops, raise animals, and get away from the unprepared masses in a SHTF scenario. The problem is some preppers don’t think they have enough money to buy land. However, there are a few ways broke people… Read More

  • David Adams Dec 5, 2017

    8 Survival Uses For Feathers

    8 Survival Uses For Feathers

    When SHTF, you need to consider everything around you as a valuable survival resource. It’s even better if you can find ways to use things that are renewable, such as feathers. Feathers are a renewable natural resource you can find anywhere and are taken for granted in everyday life. However, I’d like to show you… Read More

  • Damian Campbell Jun 3, 2014

    Homesteading 101

    Homesteading 101

    Homesteading is best described as a lifestyle of self-sufficiency. This lifestyle has continued to gain popularity due to an increase in the survivalist movement, as well as greater exposure through television and media coverage. While “living off the grid” might be appealing to some, the life of a homesteader is not easy and not for… Read More