This natural beef jerky recipe is the perfect way to bring meat along when refrigeration isn’t available. It is simple, delicious, and good for you. You can also substitute your favorite veggie in place of meat, and use this recipe to make vegetarian jerky.
For years I have collected bee swarms for people. When I started, I was doing it to add to my bee-yard, but soon learned it was a great opportunity to educate on swarms and honey bees in general. Here are answers to some of the most common questions I have heard over the years.
These natural lawn care tips will help you have a beautiful lawn without all the expensive, harmful chemicals. And don’t forget, long stretches of lawn invite bats and bluebirds, both of which are voracious mosquito and other bug eaters!
The practice of companion planting–or purposefully planting things together–can enhance the beauty, health, growth, and flavor of your harvest. Scratch open a bare patch of soil, let it be for a few weeks, and you’ll see how nature intended companion planting!
Growing lavender and these 6 other perennial plants, provides me with the ingredients to make numerous salves, lotions, soaps, and fragrances for my home. Plus, nothing beats the convenience of having these ingredients at my fingertips.
Learn how to make lipstick and take your homemade beauty skills to the next level! This red lipstick recipe has a velvety, smooth, and thick texture. It also has a rich red carmine color so you can make a bold, yet sophisticated, impression on a night out.
Violets (Viola odorata) are edible and medicinal flowers packed full of Vitamin C, calcium, and magnesium. We like to use the flowers to make salads, tea, syrups, infused vinegar, poultice, tincture, and even eat them candied!