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Have you ever dreamt of starting a farm or homesteading? Do you love foraging for wild edibles? Is your perfect afternoon spent drifting downriver, fishing for that nights dinner? Or do love to spend a crisp fall morning hunting for wild game to share with your family? Or perhaps you spend all your free time digging in your garden, collecting herbs, vegetables, and fruits to enjoy. Homesteady is a show that focuses on living a more sustainable life. We talk about all the ways a modern Homest ...
 
Situated along the Faulkner county line some 30 miles north of Little Rock, Arkansas, what was once a 20-acre tract of overgrown pasture and timberland has since been converted into the happy, Christian homestead, homeschool, retreat, and residence for this seven-member family. Follow our journey as we share important lessons we've learned along the way.For more information, visit www.thekinnardhomestead.com
 
The homesteading podcast dedicated to the pursuit of self-sufficiency, self reliance, and sustainability. Brian is a 4th generation homesteader located in beautiful upstate NY. Along with his wife, Bonnie (also a 4th generation homesteader) and their son Brian Jr., Brian has been actively homesteading on a 2 acre piece of land since 2008. This podcast is dedicated to their journey and is a call for others to join them in pursuing self sufficiency, self reliance, and sustainability.
 
Sharing Insights Podcast sets out to share stories, strategies, and insights among operators of ecologically & socially beneficial projects, in Costa Rica. These stories provide landowners everywhere access to unique ideas for how they, too, might design their own business models for greater success and impact.
 
The Good Life Revival Podcast explores the ways that we can align our core values and our daily habits towards a more sustainable, ecologically conscious way of life. Join host Sam Sycamore in discussion about living intentionally, finding purpose in the modern era, and taking meaningful action to heal the world by healing ourselves.
 
Welcome to The Farmer podcast! This podcast aims to serve those engaged in or aspiring to farm or homestead. Learn from Angela's successes and failures as she shares her experiences. The Farmer podcast is geared toward the beginning farmer or homesteader, but includes in-depth info on animal health, soil science, food preservation, homesteading skills and so much more!
 
Mensajes de Carlos y Caly Daza, y su equipo pastoral de la iglesia Hosanna en Homestead, FL - Nuevos episodios todos los Lunes! Nuestra vision es restaurar y levantar familias saludables en el Sur de la Florida, por el mensaje transformador de Jesus. Esperamos que este podcast sea de animo y bendicion a tu vida. Para mas informacion acerca de Hosanna visita hosannahomestead.com.
 
”From a Swedish Homestead” by the Swedish author Selma Lagerloef (translated by Jessie Brochner) is a varied collection of stories, mostly set in Dalarne or Vaermland in Sweden, but also some stories or legends from Kungahalla on the west-coast at the time between Heathendom and early Christianity plus some Legends from Italy and Belgium. The first nine sections, “The Story of a Country House”, is a short Novel, originally published on its own, but here part of the collection. It is the stor ...
 
If you've ever wanted to know more about the creative process of a full-length album, you're in luck. Tales From the Homestead is a podcast series that takes you behind the scenes of Tallsome Tales, the sixth release from The Carnivaleros. The Tucson-based band describes their music as Desert Bayou, which includes a mix of Eastern European, Zydeco, and Tex-Mex influences. Every episode, we deconstruct a new song before playing it, giving you the inside scoop on every cut off the album. You'l ...
 
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This week as I was scrolling through Facebook homesteading groups, I ran across this post, "Is having meat chickens worth it to you??? We have about 28 currently and I feel like we’ve put so much money into these things. I thought this was going to be cheaper than buying store bought meat... I was very very wrong" On this episode, I address one of …
 
If you're an aspiring entrepreneur in Arkansas with a desire to sell your homemade food items without a permit, you need to learn about the state’s Cottage Food laws. In this episode, Tim gives an update to the law from Arkansas’ 2021 Legislative Session with the passage of Act 306 and the allowance of internet sales for cottage food business owner…
 
Today we talk all about how to design a perfect 10-acre homestead for you! First, we chat about what’s new in the barn! Our Camels have been keeping life on the homestead exciting! NOW - HOW TO DESIGN A HOMESTEAD FROM SCRATCH? We have a great Pioneer’s Only Episode on basic infrastructure needs for a new homestead BECOME A PIONEER HERE Get on our E…
 
Are you thinking to start raising chicks and/or duckling? Keeping backyard chicken and ducks is a wonderful way to offset your food costs by getting fresh eggs or meat. This is the best way to have self-sufficient lifestyle. But there are some specifics you’ll want to know before bringing your first chicks or duckling home for the best success. Tod…
 
THEMES: Being able to accept your partner differences and personalities combatting losing your identity in your partner. EPISODE OVERVIEW: 1. How have you incorporated acceptance into your new normal? 2. How can couples work to share the weight of this season? 3. What are some simple ways couples can serve or love their spouse? 4. How do you handle…
 
Paul continues his review of Sepp Holzer’s Desert or Paradise with Opalyn, Mark, and Katie. They spend this one talking about the contrasting views on profit shown by Geoff Lawton and Sepp Holzer and the profitability water retention landscapes. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast…
 
Bust some seed-saving myths and excuses! We talk about some seed saving and some strategies for selecting plants and speedy seed saving for the busy homesteader! Check out the special offer for the Easy Seed Saving Workshop See what tools I use on my homestead : My Gardening Kit My Homesteading Kit Share what you are seed saving from your garden th…
 
Paul continues his review of Sepp Holzer’s Desert or Paradise with Opalyn, Mark, and Katie along for the ride. They spend this part talking about monks, that is the device used to drain water from a pond, not a type of priest, how Sepp modified the common design, potential flaws with it, and ways to counteract them. Support the podcast on Patreon S…
 
Hello hello! This week, we move on to Chapter 9 of Honeybee Democracy by Thomas Seeley. This chapter looks at how the decision making process of honey bee swarms is comparable to the decision making process of primate brains. Yes, really! Quick correction: at the end, I say my next episode will cover chapter 10 and the Prologue. I meant chapter 10 …
 
This week a listener by the name of Jeremiah reached out and asked me some questions about the best way to make money on your homestead. After I answered him, I got to thinking that this might be a good topic for an episode. And, upon further reflection, I felt that my original reply to Jeremiah was lacking. And so I have put together my thoughts o…
 
Tune in to hear why now is the time to diversify your seeds. In this episode, I reveal what is driving these training episodes and why I'm passionate to help you grow your own food. See what tools I use on my homestead : My Gardening Kit My Homesteading Kit Share your drivers for seed saving using the #2021SeedSavingChallenge tag and connect with o…
 
Paul continues his review of Sepp Holzer’s Desert or Paradise with the usual suspects among his patreons, discussing food shelf life, the Extremadura project Sepp took on, pond making, and some gushing about his latest Kickstarter success. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on th…
 
There are plenty of "old wives' tales" that old-time gardeners like to use to predict the last frost date on the calendar before planting their gardens. In this episode, Tim expresses some skepticism toward these silly superstitions and points to the metric of historical averages for one’s area as a more reliable method to use. Resources: https://w…
 
In today’s episode with Terry Newton of Kindred Spirits, we explore horse care, equine therapy, using connection with horses to enhance yoga and meditation practices. Permaculture, & natural medicine. It’s a conversation filled with intriguing stories, practical advice, and inspiration to follow one’s dreams. Terry shares her top tips for horse car…
 
Paul continues his review of Sepp Holzer’s Desert or Paradise with Mark, Katie, et al. In this part, they talk about Sepp’s contribution to an orchard in Andalucia. They discuss frost protection, crater gardens, frost pockets, CO2 pools, orchards, and a possible origin on Sepp’s beliefs about water. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and dis…
 
On this episode, I am happy to be joined by Farmer Greg Peterson from theurbanfarm.org and host of The Urban Farm Podcast. Greg is a green living and sustainability innovator whose mission is to inspire people to embrace their own greenness, which he does daily by living what he speaks. As a resident of Phoenix for the last 48 years, Greg is well-v…
 
Are you a homesteader or do you just have an expensive hobby? We're digging into things that homesteaders have and do! Let me know in the Facebook Group what makes you a homesteader! See what tools I use on my homestead : My Gardening Kit My Homesteading Kit Share what makes you a homesteader and connect with other misfit gardeners and homesteaders…
 
Paul continues his review of Sepp Holzer’s Desert or Paradise with Mark, Katie, et al, and discuss Sepp’s permaculture project in Tamera, Portugal. They talk about the area’s rainfall, how stretgy behind the dam, the effects of the dam, and a few grumbles on how much pushback he got. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More inf…
 
Paul continues his discussion with Kyle and Mark on land buying, along with a solid sidetrack into SKIP. Kyle found three properties and got Paul to look them over and they discussed the price, area, rainfall, temperature, creeks, mold control, flooding, and fire service access. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More informat…
 
When organized scouting was first introduced in 1908 by war hero Sir Robert Baden-Powell, its objective was to "complete the sequence of training from boyhood to manhood through the progressive grades of [the scouting ranks]." In our modern world, there has risen some confusion, including within respected scouting organizations, as to the basic def…
 
Hello hello! This week, I push on with my book review of Honeybee Democracy by Thomas Seeley, and cover Chapter 8. This chapter is all about the dynamics of swarm flight. How do the bees make their way to their chosen nest site? Which bees lead the way? How many bees of the 10k+ within a swarm have visited the nest before? These questions and more …
 
Paul continues his call with Kyle and Mark about land buying, covering topics including how desirable is north/south facing slope, soil depth, how many weeds are one the land, possible legal issues with creeks (particularly if they have fish), and wells. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of thi…
 
On this week's episode we head back to the garden to talk about hybrids varieties of vegetables. Many times, in homesteading and gardening circles, hybrids get a bad rap. People love their heirlooms and open pollinated varieties (and so do I) and treat "hybrid" like it's a dirty word. Now, certainly hybrids at times have fairly earned a reputation …
 
Paul sits back down with Kyle and Mark to continue talking about how to buy land, although Mark takes a while to show up so they spend the time talking about residual income streams. When they get back on topic, they talk about soil building, terraces, and how much slope is desirable. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More in…
 
Paul continues his review of Sepp Hozler’s Desert or paradise with Mark, Matt, Opalyn, et al, and discuss pond shapes, the soil’s ability to store water, flaws with conventional reservoir design, pond sealing, how to deal with silt buildup, and more. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this po…
 
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