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Compost is a wonderfully easy and inexpensive tool that every suburban homesteader should have in their toolbox. We'll teach you how to do it right here.

Compost On Your Suburban Homestead

Compost is a wonderfully easy and inexpensive tool that every suburban homesteader should have in their toolbox.

Growing Medicinal Herbs and Plants at Home | Fix.com

Growing Medicinal Herbs and Plants at Home

It is easy to grow and benefit from a medicinal herb garden. Here are the herbs you need and how to use them! by kasrin.

Foraging for Beginners

Foraging for Beginners

There are actually so many amazing foods for the taking which you can find by scouring the forest floor. We show you three beginner stages to finding wild edibles. Everything you needed to know about survival

Not sure how to use mulch on your suburban homestead? Can't quite figure out what to use for mulch? We've got you covered here at Suburban Steader!

Mulch and Your Suburban Homestead

Not sure how to use mulch on your suburban homestead? Can't quite figure out what to use for mulch? We've got you covered here at Suburban Steader!

How to Build a Budget Friendly Compost Bin in 3 Different Ways

How to Build a Budget-Friendly DIY Compost Bin in 3 Different Ways

How to Build a Budget Friendly Compost Bin in 3 Different Ways

Like to sip herbal tea? Check out 19 Best Herbs To Make Tea Herb Garden

19 Best Tea Herbs to Make a Tea Herb Garden

Like to sip herbal tea? Check out 19 Best Herbs To Make Tea Herb Garden - Herb Gardening Today

Creating an Herbal Apothecary at Home

Creating an Herbal Apothecary at Home (Ginger Tonic Botanicals)

Walking into an herb shop is like walking into a magical wonderland. I love the way it smells, the collection of curious labels and recipe books, and the endless line of herb packed jars sitting atop

Your guide to backyard composting. Keep your home zero waste by diverting organic matter from the landfill. Learn what you can and can't compost with www.goingzerowaste.com

Your Guide to Backyard Composting

Your guide to backyard composting. Keep your home zero waste by diverting organic matter from the landfill. Learn what you can and can't compost with www. - Gardening Go

This video is all about getting your hands on compostable materials from around town. The Urban Farming Guys make the process fun and entertaining.

This video is all about getting your hands on compostable materials from around town. The Urban Farming Guys make the process fun and entertaining.

When dandelions are blooming make this healing dandelion salve!

Dandelion Salve

When dandelions are blooming make this healing dandelion salve!

There are many types of composting methods available for the urban homesteader — from fermentation bins called Bokashi systems that allow you to compost cooked foods, fish, dairy and meat, to vermicomposting, or worm composting systems, and everything in between. Learn the types of composting systems, along with what is compostable, the best compost material ratios for your situation, and troubleshooting tips for common compost problems.data-pin-do=

Composting FAQs Answered – Organic Gardening

There are many types of composting methods available for the urban homesteader — from fermentation bins called Bokashi systems that allow you to compost cooked foods, fish, dairy and meat, to vermicomposting, or worm composting systems, and everything in between. Learn the types of composting systems, along with what is compostable, the best compost material ratios for your situation, and troubleshooting tips for common compost problems.data-pin-do=

Hot Compost – Composting in 18 Days  In contrast, cold composting does not destroy seeds, so if you cold compost weeds, any weed seeds will grow when you put the compost into the garden.

Hot Compost – Composting in 18 Days In contrast, cold composting does not destroy seeds, so if you cold compost weeds, any weed seeds will grow when you put the compost into the garden.

50 Ways to Homestead...No Matter Where You Live

Homesteading is a frame of mind, not a location. Anyone can homestead if they have it on their heart and here are 50 ways to get started. No matter where you live!

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