Safe Bartering

Ever barter for something from a Flea Market? Did you get a good deal? Or did you get more than you bargained for? Many in the prepping community feel that if the system fails, most people will resort to bartering. In the event that you should find yourself in [...]

Home schooling – Having our daughter write short reports on homesteading

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 It’s great to get your children involved in learning more about the world around them.  For home school consider having your child write a short daily report about something they’ve learned that has to do with the great outdoors, it should be something that interests them (so that it’s [...]

Green Deane finds edible weeds in his friends suburbian backyard

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Watch botanical genius Green Deane find wild edibles in a backyard!

Our positive experience with our autistic little niece and organic foods

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We recently took in our two young nieces.  One of them is a 6 year old autistic girl by the name of Sylvia.  When Sylvia first came to our home her diet primarily consisted of the following: grits, pancakes, ramen noodles, generic sugary juice and McDonalds hamburger buns.  There [...]

Cancer Cure – For real SEEK God, Go ORGANIC and find a Balance

This morning I opened up one of my daily newsletters from a Yahoo group I truly enjoy called Homeschooling in OKC Metro.  One of the posts caught my attention as it dealt with cancer treatments and cancer cures.  While neither I or my husband suffer from any form of [...]

Coyotes in the farm!

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We’re still new to living in the country so we about freaked out when we saw a coyote about 10 feet from the house coming near.  It was creeping towards the house close to our young boy goats and some chickens. We ran out with some pots and ladles and [...]

Wolf attack! Almost lost our rooster Regan today

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Well, we almost lost our beloved rooster Regan. I’m still calming down from the chase. See, we’ve always allowed our chickens to free-range and never had a real problem, until recently. We couldn’t tell if it was the neighbors dogs, hawks or something else, because we’ve had some (but [...]

Isaiah’s New Creative Movie Poster #2 for Surviving the Oregon Trail

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Imagine a Surviving the Oregon Trail movie came out. This would probably be one of it’s rough drafts! Click here to view…

Quick Facts! Spalding & Whitman

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In 1836, two families, Henry H. Spalding and Marcus Whitman and their new brides traveled west to establish the Whitman Mission near modern-day Walla Walla, Washington. The wives, Narcissa Whitman and Eliza Hart Spalding became the first European-American women to cross the Rocky Mountains.