A short tutorial from radmegan in words and pictureson making a water globe out of a coke bottle. I've also heard of people doing the same thing with 2 liter soda bottles.
Mike's Backyard Nursery's article cirting five benefits of having chickens to help your garden. The only thing left out is where he fails to mention about the chickens eating the fruits of your labor if you don't keep them out once the plants start to bear fruit!
All kids should read these classics, as well as the other books on the list. This article, from Mom with a Prep, does say that kids wouldn't lose anything by not reading all three of the books in the hunger Games trilogy. I disagree with that. There is a lot to be learned in all three of the books. Not necessarily about preparedness and survival, but resilience, loyalty, and serving your community. Those are probably the most important aspects you can take from that series.
Preparedness Advice details how to make an eco-friendly "refrigerator". It's a very interesting concept. I'd like to know from any readers if they have tried it and what their results were.
Another excellent article from the folks at Mother Earth News. This one is about growing living fences. If I had a larger homestead and could keep livestock larger that chickens and ducks, this would be a project I could see undertaking.
Preparedness drill for you to test your family with from Prepared Christian. Just remember that if you have kids, try to make the drills serious but inroduce an element of fun or reward for good performance.