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How To Drill Your Own Water Well - SHTF Preparedness

Water for plants. You can drill your own shallow water well using PVC and household water hoses. It is a cheap and effective way to dig your own shallow water well. Water well drilling or water well boring isn't just for the pros with huge commercial dril

Motherload of DIY beekeeping plans and information | Bee Hive Journal  ....Awesome listing of free DIY plans for just about everything you could need!

Tired of the same old beehive plans? You have found the largest selection of DIY beekeeping plans, feeders, frames and beekeeping equipment .

" Plant a Perennial ‘Backbone’ for Your Vegetable Garden" A perennial “backbone” will not only increase the aesthetic qualities of your vegetable garden landscape, but it will also welcome all kinds of beneficial insects and animals to your garden. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Plant a perennial "backbone" for your vegetable garden, including elderberries, gooseberries, black currants and more. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Making your own bee hives and lots of other great info about bee keeping

Do plan on adding bees to your homestead so you have a source of honey? We have a list of DIY beehive plans and ideas that you can use to achieve this goal.

DIY solar heater made from soda cans. Should be enough heat for a green house.

Build Your Own Soda Can Solar Heater. Perfect for heating a Greenhouse or a small garage The basic premise of the project is to build a simple box out of some stack a hundred or two black-painted soda cans inside with some adhesive, and stick a.

The Bucket Kit is a simple gravity drip irrigation system designed for small gardens using an ordinary 5 gallon bucket. When the bucket is raised 3.3' from the ground, sufficient pressure is generated to force the water from the bucket through the irrigation tape on the ground. A simple connection is made from the bottom of the bucket and tubes are connected to the drip tape. A typical system will water 2 rows that are 50' long.

DIY Home Irrigation System. Bucket drip kits are a modest one time cost which allows for minimal use of water. Drip irrigation, originally developed in Israel, targets precious water to where it needs to go, the roots of the plants.