Ten Things We Can Learn from Experienced Homesteaders

Ten Things We Can Learn from Experienced Homesteaders

Tips to building a self reliant household.

The first settlers of wilderness land had to find creative solutions to survive. Stephanie Dayle for Off Grid World writes about what those early homesteads got right. Some of the lessons are practical, like access to water, and some of them are more fun, like adding a touch of style to your home decor. This is a lighthearted list, but it speaks to the historical knowledge that exists in the pioneering spirit of the first homesteaders.

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