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Check out our review of Anna Hess' book "The Weekend Homesteader" and win yourself a copy in the process! #prepbloggers  http://www.suburbansteader.com/weekend-homesteader-review-giveaway/

Interested in suburban homesteading but aren't quite sure where to start? Anna Hess' book The Weekend Homesteader may be just what you're looking for!

Interested in suburban homesteading but aren't quite sure where to start? Anna Hess' book The Weekend Homesteader may be just what you're looking for!

The Weekend Homesteader Review

Interested in suburban homesteading but aren't quite sure where to start? Anna Hess' book The Weekend Homesteader may be just what you're looking for!

Project TWH is a long-term plan to build a more self-sustainable suburban homestead based on the plan outlined in Anna Hess' The Weekend Homesteader.

Project TWH – Overview

Project TWH is a long-term plan to build a more self-sustainable suburban homestead based on the plan outlined in Anna Hess' The Weekend Homesteader.

Being organized is something suburban 'steaders need to take seriously. The Preparedness Planner & Record Keeper reviewed here helps keep you organized!

Preparedness Planner Product Review

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How Much Food Can I Grow Around My House? | In summer 2006 Judy Alexander embarked on an experiment to see how much food she could grow, and how many neighbors could benefit, from the garden around her house. Check out her homegrown rainwater collection and irrigation system - watering her 60+ edible crops. Meet the bees, the chickens and the worms. And catch her joy in producing so much food for so little effort.

Peak Moment In summer 2006 Judy Alexander embarked on an experiment to see how much food she could grow, and how many neighbors could benefit, from the g.

Homestead Cooking with Carol: Bountiful Make-ahead Meals

Homestead Cooking with Carol: Bountiful Make-ahead Meals - Book Review

Homestead Cooking with Carol: Bountiful Make-ahead Meals shows you, the busy homesteading homemaker, how to prepare your food at harvest time so you spend less time making supper the rest of the year.

The step by step process of how we tap maple trees to make maple syrup.

Making Maple Syrup – Tapping The Trees

Sharing the age old techniques combined with new technology for making maple syrup - starting with tapping the trees.

Freaking awesome, referred to by readygoprep.com to pioneerhandbooks.com:  Pioneer Handbooks - Free how-to, DIY and recipes from the pioneer and settler handbooks of the 1800′s.

So much awesome: "Pioneer Handbooks - Free how-to, DIY and recipes from the pioneer and settler handbooks of the

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