We see leather used in many ways: in cars, as clothing, as furniture and for many other various products. If you live on a homestead or are a survivalist, then you may view leather in a different way. You know how valuable it is as shelter, gear for horses or as homemade clothing.
A part of living off-grid is making sure you get the most out of what you have. Sometimes, that means channeling your creativity while other times that means following a certain process to make a useable end product. The ability to tan leather ensures that you're using the entire animal. You can even sell your tanned leather or leather products as an additional source of income.
Continue on to learn how to properly tan leather!