Growing a Greener World Episode 1005: Modern Homesteading – Transforming the Urban Garden Experience

Prepping

Homesteading is about much more than just establishing a place and growing food. The differing styles that the two women featured in this episode will inspire you to view your own landscape from a fresh perspective.

Want to learn more? Check out additional resources in show notes on our web page: https://www.growingagreenerworld.com/modern-homesteading-transforming-the-urban-experience-one-garden-at-a-time/

23 thoughts on “Growing a Greener World Episode 1005: Modern Homesteading – Transforming the Urban Garden Experience

  1. Great video.
    We took the leap into living off grid with solar, composting toilet, and we currently haul water, but plan to capture water for crops and animals in the future. We started raising some of our own foods, including, meats and eggs 6 years ago as I had also begun approaching gardening and landscape the permaculture way. We now live in the mountains in Eastern Wa at a high elevation with a shorter growing season, then what we had when we lived closer to town but in a frost pocket.
    As much as I love growing vegetable and herb gardens, what excites me most is learning about wild edibles and medicinals are in our local area.

  2. I am an urban cottage gardener. I think that growing in the city is important to the health of the city dwellers. I also think that teaching children and encouraging communities to know where their food comes from. Thanks for sharing this info.

  3. Love it. But about the chickens… I would rather make a Justin Rhode’s chickshaw than standard coop. Less messy work. And I would put a compost area to the run.

Leave a Reply