The question that I get asked quite often by folks just getting started is “What Homesteading Skills Should I Work On As A New Homesteader?” Of all the things on the list of skills I give them I think learning to can is the one that people seem to want to learn the most but are also a little scared to dive into.
On This podcast episode I discuss a few things homesteaders should be doing to practice preparedness for when or if disaster strikes in any form.
Nobody wants to leave their home and it should be a last resort, but the reality is when you need to flee your home quickly a bug out bug can make things much better for you. Here is how to prepare a bug out bag for when things turn bad.
On this podcast episode I discuss some possible options to have in place just in case you lose power on your homestead for an extended period of time.
According to the United States Census Bureau 62.7% of the population live within city limits, that’s over 203 million people. When we consider that most of those people live in homes with at least a small yard and many without yards have community gardens available to them we can begin to see the potential.
On this podcast episode I have a conversation with homesteader and Author Michele Nutter. Michele started homesteading for frugal living reasons but soon started down many other paths such as pursuing healthy eating of ethically raised meats, herbal remedies and even a preparedness lifestyle as well as many other paths.
On this podcast episode I discuss how homesteading and prepping are the two sides of the same coin and why I believe that while every prepper is not a homesteader, every good homesteader is a prepper.