Jordan Tyler Quinn Farkas - American Writer & Content Creator

Hi, and thanks for stopping by my portfolio! 

My name is Jordan Tyler Quinn Farkas. I'm a writer and content creator with a quarter-of-a-century-old obsession with the internet. I am also a gardener, adventurer, and historian by passion, and a father and husband with love.

If you haven't already, please feel free to have a look at some of my writing. If you like what you see, or are interested in having a look at my resume, don't hesitate to get in touch!

Gardening, outdoors, travel, and nature-related writing are my preferred cup of tea, though I enjoy a good challenge (so, don't hesitate to inquire about my services if your niche is unique). 

If you'd like to see more of my work, from a different niche, shoot me a request via the contact page. I look forward to working with you!

How to Make a Shelter in the Woods

If you plan on visiting the woods anytime soon, knowing how to make a shelter is one of the most important skills that you can learn. Sure, you can always cover yourself in leaves, or burrow into the dirt, to stay warm overnight if you find yourself stranded. But what if it rains, snows, or begins to storm? You’ll need to know how to make a shelter in the woods to ensure survival. Follow these expert tips to learn the ropes.

Deep Water Culture | DWC Hydroponics Simplified –

Deep water culture, also known as DWC for short, is one of the most basic forms of hydroponics. For beginners, the DWC method is a sure-fire way to get started with hydroponics. With DWC, you are up and going with minimal expenses and the smallest learning curve possible. How does deep water culture work? DWC is a hydroponic technique, or method, that revolves around suspending plants above a reservoir. Plants are anchored to the system in netted pots, with or without an additional growing med

The Off the Grid Living Food Guide

The Off the Grid Living Food Guide If you’re interested in learning more about the best types of food sources for successful off the grid living, as well as the most beneficial techniques for growing, catching, or collecting them, you’ve come to the right place. Like most people, you have probably heard of off the grid living. A personalized and self-sustained system of living entirely independently, completely disconnected from the “grid” of superstores, utility companies and the other...
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