TeacherHomesteading, Homemaking, Homeschooling, Mother of 5, Loving Wife to One, and Follower of Jesus Christ. View Profile
- Total Time 1 hr, 44 min
- Lessons 11
- Attachments 23
- Exercises 42
11 Lessons in This Course
7 minFREEDIY lesson 1Free4 CQ
In this lesson, learn how to preserve fresh strawberries by making an Amish freezer jam, then put your canning skills to the test with a blueberry jelly recipe.
13 minDIY lesson 27 CQ
During the harvest, life on the homestead can move pretty fast! Learn how to quickly can a summer harvest with canning recipes for apples, peaches, and berries.
8 minCooking lesson 35 CQ
Canning a harvest is a fun and exciting process. In this lesson, learn how to can green beans, pickles, and sweet corn using easy-to-follow recipes.
12 minDIY lesson 47 CQ
Organic gardening often produces a big yield, which is great for life on the homestead! In this lesson, learn how to preserve tomatoes and beans like a pro.
3 minDIY lesson 52 CQ
Got a hankering for homemade applesauce? In this lesson, reduce a few dozen bushels of apples into a tasty applesauce that is perfect for canning.
4 minDIY lesson 63 CQ
In this lesson, turn a big bushel of apples into a daily health tonic of apple cider vinegar, which is full of vitamins and great for digestive problems.
5 minDIY lesson 73 CQ
Have a garden full of tomatoes and not sure what to do with them all? Try canning! In this lesson, learn how quick and easy canning tomatoes can be.
5 minDIY lesson 83 CQ
Are you new to canning vegetables? Discover how easy it is to can potatoes and carrots, then use your canned creations to make a few simple and healthy recipes.
3 minDIY lesson 92 CQ
Every homesteader needs a few good kitchen tricks up her sleeve. In this lesson, learn how to preserve pumpkin puree and make sprouted micro greens.
23 minDIY lesson 1012 CQ
Want to can your own meat? Before you start, this lesson from the DIY experts at Homestead Productions is a must! Learn how the meat canning process works.
15 minDIY lesson 118 CQ
Life on the homestead sure is sweet, especially when maple syrup is involved! In this lesson, review the steps for collecting, boiling, and canning maple syrup.
8116 min8-part DIY course62 CQ
Sheep are a great livestock for homesteading, as they can produce meat, milk, and wool for homespun yarn. In this course, learn how to raise sheep specifically for wool, and get basic knitting tips.
8110 min8-part DIY course60 CQ
Learn how to raise a variety of farm animals for meat, milk, eggs, and lard. Get detailed instructions on everything from creating a suitable environment, to daily care, butchering, and processing.
660 min6-part Cooking course32 CQ
Stock your homestead kitchen with a full range of DIY dairy products! In this course from Homestead Productions, learn how to make cheese, yogurt, and butter using fresh, nutrient-rich cow's milk.
1385 min13-part Baking course50 CQ
The most satisfying meals are those that come from your own backyard. These hearty, healthy recipes make use of homestead resources, and help to fuel the whole family for a hard day's work!
8 minFREEGardening lessonFree5 CQ
In this kid-friendly homesteading lesson, get a jump-start on summer fruits and vegetables by learning how to make newspaper pots for an indoor garden.
648 min6-part Gardening course28 CQ
Transform any porch or patio into a productive container garden with Sunset Magazine senior garden editor Johanna Silver! At the end of the course, create a garden that looks lovely year round!
1451 minFREE14-part Gardening courseFree32 CQ
In this course, get in-depth guidance on organic fruit and vegetable gardening from GrowOrganic. Learn about everything from fruit-tree pruning to toxin-free pest control for homegrown organics!
740 min7-part Gardening course23 CQ
Dig into this gardening course, and learn how to grow fresh tomatoes, lettuce, kale, and more. Get tips for growing veggies in containers and raised beds, and enjoy the harvest from your edible Eden!
461 min4-part Gardening course33 CQ
Dive into this course with expert gardener Cass Turnball to explore one final frontier of advanced pruning. Covered are tips for working plants that are shearable, hackable, and untouchable.
589 min5-part Gardening course47 CQ
Many gardeners don't know the first thing about tree anatomy, and it's the plants that suffer! This course from Cass Turnball explains how to prune a tree perfectly or vet an arborist for bigger jobs.