It can be SO overwhelming when you are starting out as a homesteader or off-grider! The rewards are incredibly great when you partake such a life, but it takes a lot of planning and even preparation to embrace such a lifestyle. Instead of allowing yourself and your family to hit overload or even decide this […]
Canning and preserving food is one of the most essential survival skills we can have. If the grocery store foods are no longer available we will be left with our knowledge and skill to survive. Many simply shy away from canning because of fear of the unknown, but canning is a very fun, rewarding and […]
It is really easy to think we are prepared for anything, but are we really? It is important to live without fear as it is a waste of time and precious energy and to focus on being prepared. You will find great comfort in times of turmoil when you have already rehearsed things in […]
I am really excited to share some news with you!! Myself and my Mountain Man will be teaching two different workshops at the Sustainable Preparedness Expo in Spokane, WA this spring. Together, we will be sharing our knowledge and the importance of Wilderness Survival and also focusing on how we have chosen to make a living with Living It! Loving It and Making A Living! As you know we live 100% off-grid with solar power and are homesteading traditionally in northern Idaho and it is our passion and pleasure to help inspire and educate others to embrace a more preparedness and self reliant lifestyle!
Be sure to join us…
You will also be able to check out our handcrafted wares as well as all our survival tools in person at our booth.
||May 15, 2016
||10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
||Sustainable Preparedness Expo
||Wilderness Survival / Homesteading & Off-Grid Means Of Income
Spokane Valley Fair & Expo Center
||404 N. Havana St
Spokane Valley 99202
||Click here for more information.
Be sure to check out my book: How To Embrace An Off-Grid Lifestyle - http://trayerwilderness.com/how-to-embrace-an-off-grid-lifestyle/
There is something to be said about the warmth and comfort of a wool, alpaca and natural fibers, right? Wool is an amazing God-given resource that repels water, is amazingly warm and extremely durable. We have a lot of varying wool products on our homestead such as socks, blankets, sweaters, gloves and mittens, pants, skirts, […]
Mountain Woman Radio is available every Wednesday either on our website or iTunes. Mountain Woman Radio is loaded with inspiration, encouragement and knowledge on self-reliance, preparedness, sustainability, homesteading, off-grid living, wilderness survival, day to day life, autism, traditional and primitive skills, gardening, canning and so much more. Not to mention, there are guests from all […]
It was a great honor and privilege to be a part of the Beyond Off Grid Summit/Webinars. As you all know, we feel very led to share our knowledge, skills and inspiration in these uncertain times. We decided to give you a tour of your homestead, show you around a bit and offer some tips […]
Survival Series #8 Today I wanted to share more details on the importance of good footwear when out in the wild. Whether you are hiking, hunting or surviving, good footwear is essential. I have had great success with LL Bean’s Cresta’s which can be found here. I am on my 4th pair over the […]
Welcome to Survival Series #7. Today my Mountain Man and I brought you along on an amazing hike and I talk a little bit about wearing the proper gear. Just like with the items in your pack, your attire can make a big difference. My apologies as this is an older video, but I […]
Welcome to Survival Series #6. I am a bit behind in getting my posts out on our website to go along with my Survival Series on my YouTube channel so please forgive me. Today I recap on the essential items in your pack and you get an added bonus in this weeks video so be sure […]