Working To Build A Homesteading Community

On today’s podcast episode I’m joined by Melinda Lee, a homesteader in Ohio with a passion for working with and building community around gardening and homesteading. Melinda has a website called “The Homesteading and Preparedness Collective” where she shares about her urban homestead along with other useful information to help others down their own homesteading paths.

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Figuring Out The Homestead Life

On today’s podcast episode i’m joined by Lana Jackson, a homesteader on 13 acres in Iowa and in her own words she’s “a city girl trying to figure out country life.” Lana is someone eager to help others down the homesteading path by giving advice and sharing her struggles to hopefully keep them from making some of the mistakes and going through some of the struggles she has.

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Homestead Updates and 2017 Goals

On today’s podcast episode I chat about recent updates on the homestead and our goals for 2017. I share these things to hopefully inspire you to set some goals for your homestead and perhaps give you a few ideas for your next steps.

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Our Annual Trip To The Farmer’s Pike Festival

Every year in our county there is a farm festival that draws people from near and far called the Farmer’s Pike Festival. We have attended for many years and we always have a good time. Usually I have to be convinced to go because i’m not a “large crowds kinda guy” but I always end up having a good time. This year all my kids came home to go out there with and it made it that much funner.

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Neighbors Raise Stink About Noises and Smells at Local Farm

FARMERSLAND, IN – County officials say neighbors of local farmer Ed MacDonald complained at wednesday’s meeting about the sounds and smells of his farm. It is reported that Old Man MacDonald has had his farm long before any neighbors moved into the area. However, neighbors claim they were unaware of what farms smelled and sounded […]

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