Category Archives: Living off the land

Natural Farming Hawai’i holds a monthly get-together every second Tuesday of the month at 6pm in Hilo. The purpose of this meeting is to come together and share experience and feature experts in our community with a potluck and celebration … Continue reading

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Small-scale renewable energy is a must for a sustainable home – but converting your home to clean energy options can carry a huge initial price tag. We’ve scoured the web for some of the most innovative examples of homemade energy … Continue reading

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Pioneer Handbooks is a free library of digitized and downloadable chapters of how-to instructions covering colonial building, farming, gardening, livestock, recipes, medicine, hunting and prospecting from rare and historic pioneer and settler handbooks. These books taught colonist families how to … Continue reading

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The Rules of Foraging by: Linda Runyon

Long before the days of supermarkets and organized agriculture, people lived. We are the evidence. They lived in small groups and even alone as hunter gatherers. And remember, this was in the days before language! How did we do it? … Continue reading

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As long as you have a plan, then you will be able to enjoy life and the changes around us will be less stressful. If we have taken the necessary steps now, to take care of ourselves and our family, … Continue reading

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