Farm Fresh Posts from Talented Writers!
The following websites create fresh content on homesteading and natural living topics. Visit them for helpful information!
Posts about homesteading no matter where you live! Seasonal information for urban, suburban, and rural homesteaders.
Homesteader Lisa Lombardo lives on one acre and keeps chickens for meat and eggs, tends a large garden, preserves the harvest, forages for wild foods, and cooks from scratch.
AnnMarie is a mama to four and grandma to six. Yankee born with a love of the south. She loves old-fashioned ways with modern thinking. She’s a homesteader, gardener, blogger and enjoys “from scratch” cooking, crafty do-it-yourself projects, and rescuing animals.
All about growing food for your family, organically! Learn awesome gardening tips, food preservation ideas, tips on raising chickens and other homesteading hacks
Farming and gardening with a permaculture perspective.
Kristi Stone is a student of all things modern homesteading and is living the dream on her 1-acre hobby farm. Her favorite things to do include growing and preserving food for her family, breeding and raising Nigerian Dwarf goats, studying and using herbs, and running her hobby farm in sunny Southern California. Kristi writes about all of these topics and more on her blog.
Pia Sonne believes that homesteading is more about your mindset than your acreage. She’s a firm believer in doing what you can, with what you have, where you are. Pia blogs about homesteading skills that don’t require any land, frugal living, nourishing food, holistic health and raising children as arrows. Pia lives in a small, one bedroom apartment with her husband and son in Denmark.
An off the grid, homesteading voyage of one blended family doing their best to live sustainably, deliciously and with love.
Shelle at Rockin W Homestead teaches people how to garden in small spaces and to homestead wherever you live. You don’t need acres and acres to adopt the homesteading lifestyle!
Healing Harvest Homestead is a site where you can learn about all things simple self-reliance: herbalism and making home remedies, gardening, cooking from scratch, fermentation and food preservation, raising chickens, and preparedness. Healing Harvest Homestead is all about simple self-reliance and natural, healthy living.
Encouraging others to create a simple, satisfying life – because homesteading isn’t a place on a map, it’s a place in your heart.
Topics: gardening, goats, real food, cook from scratch, food preservation.
Homesteading, farm life, gardening, raising animals, poultry, natural products.
A blog about getting back to our roots with raising our own food while living a simple self-reliant life.
Homesteading and intentional lifestyle.
Small Canadian Homestead All related subjects are covered from livestock to gardening to preserving your harvest to recipes on how to use it. Wild Food Forage, Food Forest and Hedgerow growing.
Urban Homestead and green/healthy living, making natural products.
In 2016, Jacob began a journey to living with extraordinary health by radically changing his diet – he gradually removed all sugar, dairy, soy, and nearly every grain. He lost over 40 pounds in the process and has since enjoyed the many health benefits of leading a healthy, active lifestyle. His goal is to bring hope, health, and happiness to you by helping you create meaningful and lasting lifestyle changes that improve your mindset, radically transform your health, and give you more time to pursue what matters most to you.
Wild Abundance is a school of permaculture, natural building, and eco-homesteading in the mountains of North Carolina. We help people cultivate connection and personal power through earth-centered skills. Our community of students, instructors, and neighbors shares a desire for positive change in the world. Together we’ve got the inspiration and knowledge to make it a reality. We offer many subjects and lengths of classes to choose from, with the shared theme of living closer to the earth. All kinds of people at all skill levels are welcome here. You don’t need to be a primitive skills master, or even a novice to join us for classes!
Our weekend and long-weekend classes include herbal medicine and wildcrafting, brain tanning, women’s basic carpentry classes, rewilding for women, and more. Each year we offer longer-term permaculture apprenticeship programs and a permaculture design certificate immersion (1 long weekend per month) that focuses on earthskills and place-based learning. In addition, we hold an annual 12-day intensive Permaculture Design Course and a tiny house building workshop that’s over a week long and focuses on natural, local, and sustainable approaches.
This is a growing collaborative of bloggers. If you are interested in joining this group, please read the rules and fill out the application here.
In addition to writing for her own websites, Lisa has contributed articles to The Prepper Project and Homestead.org.
The author lives outside of Chicago with her husband, son, 2 dogs, 1 cat, and a variety of poultry.