Creating and constructing with centuries-old skills.
It started on a hike and with an impromptu skinning lesson using a dead squirrel. Now, Ohioan Christine McGuigan creates pouches, purses, and sheaths for knives.
Getting the most out of livestock means eating animal parts such as organs that lack popularity in American food culture but play high-profile roles in other cultures’ dishes and offer a solution to the food-waste issue.
Everything you need to know about denim’s history, the environmental impact of your pair of jeans, and how to repair your favorite pair courtesy of three denim experts.
From canning dairy and bacon to heating jars in ovens and dishwashers, this group of canners is reviving old-fashioned preservation methods and experimenting with new ones despite risks of food contamination.
With crochet, knitting, and cross stitch, more people enlist crafts to give a voice to social issues around the world.
Turn a recycled piece of gutter and PVC piping into a feed trough.
Homesteader-recommended alternatives for keeping food cool and cutting costs.