Learn about how the rewards of ripping apart old clothing and rags to remake into useful items are worth the extra trouble.
Check out this easy step-by-step tutorial for fun fabric gift bags! With them, wrapping your gift can be almost as much fun as making it.
Learn how to sew your own face mask to protect yourself on trips to the grocery or feed store.
See how this gardener varied from the traditional mustard, dill, garlic, spiced, and sweet version of making pickles and tried something new.
Combine pickling spice and a mild brine to start some natural pickles, which take advantage of naturally-occurring beneficial bacteria in the air to begin fermentation.
Use what you have on hand to make this hot and sweet pepper pickle giardiniera recipe, also known as "Giardino."
Perfect pickling is within the grasp of every home preserver with these easy instructions. Just pick a pickle recipe to get started!
Learn how to make fresh mixed pickles out of cauliflower and onions with just a few cucumber chunks. Switch up your sandwich accompaniments.
Ferment or quick pickle your harvest with this assortment of homemade pickle ideas from MOTHER EARTH NEWS bloggers.
A fast, simple, USDA-approved technique to make delicious pickles using this brine recipe from almost any vegetable.
Try this traditional, shelf-stable sweet pickle recipe, which has been around forever in the Mennonite community.
Small-batch canning has become a popular trend. What better way to preserve summer harvests than by making pickles?
You can make new, instant garden beds quickly with no-dig gardening methods and by using bags of topsoil. Read more ways to make instant garden beds.
In these wild and worrying times of COVID-19 which often restricts our outdoor time to our yards, learn how to make a backyard garden bed in two hours.
You’ll have your best garden ever if you create permanent garden beds — whether they’re raised beds, at ground level, framed or unframed.
Choose permanent garden beds and pathways to provide secure habitat for the dynamic soil food web that sustains your crops.