Karuna Eberl

Karuna Eberl

Experience

A freelance writer and indie film producer, Karuna Eberl covers the outdoors and nature side of DIY, exploring wildlife, green living, travel and gardening for Family Handyman. She also writes FH’s Eleven Percent column, about dynamic women in the construction workforce. Some of her other credits include the March cover of Readers Digest, National Parks, National Geographic Channel and Atlas Obscura. Karuna and her husband are also on the final stretch of renovating an abandoned house in a near-ghost town in rural Colorado. When they’re not working, you can find them hiking and traveling the backroads, camping in their self-converted van.

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Articles

I Tried Anker’s Solix F3800 Portable Power Station with 240V Power

From welding to washing clothes, we put the Anker portable power station to the test for the job site, home and camping. Here's how it worked.

How To Get Rid of Maggots In Your Home

Maggots have a serious ick factor, but the bigger problem is what they turn into. Here's how to stop the maggot-fly cycle in your home.

How To Get Rid of Groundhogs In a Humane Way

It's possible to amicably share space with groundhogs. But if they've become overbearing, here's how to evict them with kindness.