Do you have dreams of being a homesteader but your spouse doesn't? On today's podcast episode I want to give some of my thoughts on homesteading even if your spouse isn't on board with the whole self sufficiency thing.
It has never been more important for you to grow at least some of your own healthy food. The good news is anyone can do it no matter where they live. One great way is to garden using containers. On today's podcast episode I discuss the pros and cons of container vegetable gardening
A big step toward self sufficiency is knowing how to collect and store seeds from your garden. On today's podcast episode I discuss all the basics of seed saving and all the reasons you may want to start doing it.
Getting the most from your garden depends on a lot of things including the right climate conditions for each specific plant. On today's podcast episode I discuss how to locate or create microclimates for your garden and how best to use those microclimates.
On today's podcast episode I will discuss how you can make the most out of what you have by giving you 21 ideas to help you grow a lot of food on a small homestead. These ideas can be used for urban, suburban and even rural homesteaders for increasing the amount of food they grow.
Not only is Spring a time to get started with our gardens it's also the time we think about giving our home a deep cleaning after a season of being closed up. On today's podcast episode I will discuss how to spring clean your homestead in a safe and non-toxic way that will make your homestead a healthier place.
On today's podcast episode 58 I give my thoughts on a few popular food growing methods that seem to be the hot topics in homesteading today. Are these methods something you should be doing or are they just a shiny object that looks good on the surface but have no place on your homestead?
In this podcast episode I share my thoughts on living out the legacy that has been handed down to you, adding to that legacy and then passing it down to future generations. I also share 11 tips for getting started homesteading if you don't have any or very little land.
In this episode of the Modern Homesteading Podcast, Kelly and Troy McClung guest host again. The core of the discussion is how to raise hogs on your homestead for free or for profit. Kelly and Troy detail how they raise pastured pork on their homestead and how it is a valuable revenue stream to support their homesteading expansion endeavors.
In this episode, guest hosts Troy and Kelly McClung discuss their eager anticipation of warmer weather on their homestead in central West Virginia. Their to-do list is long and the excitement is building to see what can be accomplished this season.
On today’s podcast episode I will be giving my thoughts on some questions from you, the listeners. I will be answering questions today on seed starting, how and when to add finished compost to a garden, I'll give my thoughts on health insurance for the self employed, tanning rabbit hides, software I use to do my "techy stuff" and what life looks like a little further along in the homesteading journey.
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.
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.
On today's podcast episode I'm joined by Jill May. She and her family are homesteaders on a couple acres in Ohio with a passion for the lifestyle and she also is an active member of our Homestead Front Porch Facebook Group.
There is much to consider when you layout a plan for your spring garden and in this article/podcast episode I will help you think through the details and provide you with the tools and knowledge you need to have your best garden so far.
Perhaps when one thinks of homesteading they have images in their mind of digging in the garden on a warm summer day or perhaps putting in fence posts while sweat runs down your brow and no doubt these scenes are common on the homestead but in the winter homesteading looks completely different.