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Best Homesteading podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Homesteading podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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These down to earth conversations with farmers give us an inside look at what it really takes to earn an independent living being a farmer. Combine one part true inspirational stories with tangible tools and tactics and you've got this podcast: a unique way to gain insights that really work from successful farm-based entrepreneurs. These real, honest conversations will help show that you aren't alone in the grind, and give you the motivation to get after it.
 
This podcast is devoted to all things gardening. National gardening television host, Joe Lamp'l, guides you through each episode with practical tips and information to help you become a better, smarter gardener, no matter where you are on your journey. This series has a strong emphasis on organic gardening and growing food, but covers a diverse range of topics from one of the country's most informed and leading gardening personalities today.
 
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.
 
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.
 
The Old-Fashioned on Purpose Podcast is for those disenchanted with conformity. The ones who favor homegrown and handmade over cheap and mass-produced. The ones who swim upstream while the societal herd rides the river of least resistance. The ones who grow, shepherd, nurture, produce, knead, and craft rather than consume.The ones who are old-fashioned on purpose and choose to truly live, not merely exist. If you're a trailblazer, maverick, homesteader, modern-pioneer, or backyard farmer, yo ...
 
Modern life can be stressful, uncertain and chaotic, but it doesn't have to be that way! Hosts Tom and Julie help suburban families develop Resilience through Simple Living. We focus on gardening, financial freedom, and building community. Welcome to the Be Resilient Movement at smallscalelife.com!
 
Pioneering Today is all about getting back to basics, simple living, and self-sufficiency with old-fashioned skills and wisdom in a modern world. With heirloom gardening, canning, preserving the harvest, from scratch cooking, raising your own food, including livestock (backyard chickens, pigs, and cattle), natural medicine, herbs, DIY like soap making along with living a simple self-sufficient life, no matter where you live. Hosted by 5th generation homesteader, Melissa K. Norris, author of ...
 
Azure Farm is located near the tiny town of Adairsville, Georgia about an hour north of Atlanta. We moved out here and started our farm in pursuit of a more simple lifestyle. We wanted to get back to the basics. Our desire for the frills of the city quickly diminished and was replaced by a love for the countryside. We now love playing with animals, working in the garden, quiet evenings with the sounds of frogs and crickets, and sunny azure sky days. We hope sharing peeks into our daily lives ...
 
One of the premier Permaculture teachers and designers in North America with over two decades of experience in the field. His passionate and visionary presentations and curriculum have inspired and motivated teachers, students since his days as a high school teacher at a open community free school which he graduated from in 86' in Glenmoore, PA. Andrew lived off the grid in West Virginia for 8 years where he designed and built his Permaculture Ph.d homestead including a 1600 sq ft strawbale ...
 
Welcome to the Sow Edible Farm Podcast. Join our family as we build our permaculture sustainable farm and off grid homestead. With nature as our example, we are shaping the farm with edible food forests, perennials, hugelkulture beds, swales, and keyline water systems. We share our experience in beekeeping and animal husbandry where we pasture raise ducks, chickens, and pigs through the use of rotational grazing and all natural care. As first time farmers, we are learning how to work the lan ...
 
Ever wondered if life as a homesteader is all it's cracked up to be? Ever wish someone would just sit down and tell you all about it? Hi, I'm Amy Dingmann from afarmishkindoflife.com, and life on our 5-acre Minnesota homestead keeps me busy. Come hang out with me while I share a real and hilariously truthful look at what it's really like to live a farmish kind of life.
 
Real Herbalism Radio is the weekly podcast created by The Practical Herbalist team to dish up the saucy bits of the herb world in a format that's easy to listen to on the go or relaxing at home. Your hosts, Sue and Candace, offer you their insights into the world of herbs along with a variety of easy, practical ideas for making herbalism a part of your daily life. They'll help you understand some of the complex and often perplexing aspects of herbalism, decode the language of herbalists, and ...
 
Original Transplants is the official podcast of Satoyama Homestead, where we'll share news and information in support of home-scale agriculture and horticulture. For references, find the episode at http://spreadcasts.tumblr.com For more information, find your way to http://www.satoyamahs.org To submit questions to Original Transplants, use the form at http://spreadcasts.tumblr.com/ask , use the contact form at http://www.satoyamahs.org/about-us , or email us at satoyamahs [at] gmail [dot] com.
 
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The fear of failure can prevent even the strongest among of from pursuing dreams and passions that will lead to a truly fulfilling life. I know Christian and I have had our own share of fear throughout the process of building our homestead and dealing with it hasn’t been easy. Over the years I’ve actually come to see failure as my best friend. Craz…
 
On this episode we welcome back to the podcast, guest Cathy R. Payne. We talk about how heritage breeds including American Blue Rabbits, Gulf Coast Sheep, and American Guinea Hogs played a significant role in her homesteading journey. Cathy is the author of the award winning book, Saving the Guinea Hogs: The Recovery of an American Homestead Breed …
 
In this episode Anais chats with head farmer, Justin Dervaes about what's been 'Growing On' and the challenges of growing food during the COVID crisis. Interested in growing your own food? Justin offers a few tips on starting your own 'Freedom Garden.' About Urban Homestead Sprouting on a 1/10th acre plot in 1985, this homestead project pioneered t…
 
The way COVID-19 has broken the supply chain has brought significant changes to how we shop and where we can find food. It has also brought awareness to how important small producers are in keeping us fed. In this episode, we're talking about the importance of supporting small producers and how we can find food locally. Links mentioned in this epis…
 
The Modern Homesteading Podcast, Episode 141 – May 17, 2020 – Another Urban Homesteading Success Story With Guest Anne-Marie Miller. On this podcast episode I chat with Anne-Marie Miller (Dash) from BloomWhereYourPlanted.com. We Discuss: Her amazing journey into homesteading. Learning through a community garden. Utilizing a front yard for a garden …
 
Today, we discuss five things to know about homesteading whether you want to live in the country or simply increase your stability wherever home is. Because creating value from what you have and getting control of your supply chain can only lead to good things. Thursday at 7pm- Livestream with the Holler Neighbors - tear down this wall: https://you…
 
Homeschool is hard any day of the week, but during this quarantine it’s even more difficult. I heard someone even call it crisis schooling, instead of homeschooling. I’ve gathered 6 tips and tricks from her own experience, and from other veteran homeschoolers that should help make things just a little smoother. 1: Remain calm and be patient (With y…
 
I happened to mention in last week’s episode that my kids don’t have a bedtime, and I got a lot of questions about it. Our life here tends to go against the grain of mainstream “normal” in a lot of ways, and let me tell you—it can be tough to go against the grain sometimes! Today, we dig into some uncomfortable truths about the concept of “normal”:…
 
Farmer Dan Brisebois shares some of his experience selling produce and seeds online. Their farm uses two different platforms to manage their seed sales and CSA program. Which programs do they use for each and why? What features does Dan like and not like? We close the episode with some of Dan's thoughts on the future of seed and vegetables in a pos…
 
Welcome to episode 241 of Gun Guy Radio! This is the podcast that shines a positive light on the firearms lifestyle. I’m your host Jake Challand with Cohost Zack Carlson. This is your weekly dose of positive firearms talk, without the politics. Zack’s Youtube: Youtube Link Zack’s Writing: RangeHot Articles Main Topic: What we did … Continue reading…
 
Even without going Amish, we can glean a lot from their lifestyle to help us live more self-sufficient and simple with these 7 tips. Learn how one company has helped preserve the Amish way of life while coming full circle and offering Amish and homesteading tools to the public. Episode resources at https://melissaknorris.com/258 Go to lehmans.com/P…
 
Today is a Friday so we have an interview show today and I am joined by Joshua Sloan, also known as PA Prepper on the TSP Zello channel to talk about SEO and increasing your online visibility. This is something we could all improve on! No Monday Show Thursday’s Webinar: Get Seen With Google My Business Show Resources Sloantech Website Main content …
 
No matter how excited you might be about your homesteading venture, I can guarantee you not everyone around you shares this same excitement. How do I know? I’ve been there myself. Sharing your passion with loved ones only to get instantly shot down is one of the most discouraging things that could ever happen. The truth of the matter is when you do…
 
... An impassioned discussion on the pandemic of insanity we are currently experiencing. Show note... we had a couple small glitches in recording this episode. The audio drops out for a short time around the 56 and 68 minute marks. Contact us:ecstaticexistence@gmail.commusic by _minimal_liminal_https://soundcloud.com/minimal_liminal/fortresses-foun…
 
This week, I invited one of my longtime friends - and frequent podcast guests - to join me to share some additional weed management wisdom. Today, we explore how to prevent weed overwhelm with a practical organic approach for real results, with Margaret Roach. Applying her practice of a little good, old fashioned research and new-age-y mindfulness …
 
Today I looked around the homestead and wondered what is going on that might be a good topic for a homestead-focused podcast and it occurred to me – I have been planting sweet potatoes all week. Why not talk about how to set yourself up for success with them on the podcast. Stump the Sauce From Janet: How do I grind Pork? Link to the meat grinder I…
 
I developed this weird cough and my throat was hurting if I talked for more than a couple of minutes. Couple that with a state of environmental depression and a feeling of not being able to make a difference - and podfading for over a year made sense. Now, more than ever, having the conversation about creating a more sustainable way of life, is imp…
 
Even amongst the homestead community, raw milk isn’t necessarily a common topic of conversation. Maybe it’s a product of our current situation, but in our household we can’t get enough raw milk at the moment. For the completely uninformed, raw milk is simply unpasteurized milk. On today’s episode, I go well beyond the unpasteurized label and explai…
 
Two guys I really like (Vin Armani and Pete Quinones) have been trading some thoughts on counter economics recently. Pete said something like, “Any strategy to defeat the expanding technocracy that does not include counter-economics should be rethought, or abandoned.” … Continue reading →By The Survival Podcast
 
Today I talk to Cole Jones of Local Line - an online sales platform for online farm stores, food hubs, managing CSA's and for online farmers' markets. We get into how to choose the right platform for your farm and what to look for in a platform provider. Learn more about Local Line: https://go.localline.ca/paperpot Get a FREE premium service with a…
 
Today we explore the concept of silence used as a tool to teach, a tool to reflect, and a tool to manipulate. Tales from the Prepper Pantry Reorganizing canned goods for summer season Setting up a canning station in the kitchen Focused on using up corn, beans, stewed tomatoes Putting up 6 trays of foraged and dried herbs a week from my walk - mostl…
 
No podcast episodes, YouTube videos, or blog posts for a month? AMY, WHAT IS UP?? Here is my explanation of where I’ve been for the last month. Let’s dig deep about the path you’re on—not only as a homesteader, but as a person. In this episode, I give words and voice to some things that a lot of people are currently thinking about… Listen to the po…
 
It’s no secret. The vast majority of the world considers us homesteaders to be a bit of an odd bunch. If we’re being honest with ourselves, what we do on a daily basis is certainly abnormal in modern society. Even my non-homesteading friends have a major misconception when it comes to why we actually do what we do. I must admit, it certainly would …
 
This week is #HeritageBreedsWeek sponsored by the Livestock Conservancy. On this episode, I am joined by Cathy R. Payne, author of the award winning book, Saving the Guinea Hogs: The Recovery of an American Homestead Breed to talk about heritage breeds, why they are important and what homesteaders can do to help conserve them. Cathy's homesteading …
 
In this episode, Anais chats with herbalist Christina Chan about the importance of Boosting Immunity with herbs that can be found in the kitchen, growing wild or in the garden. Christina Chan has completed her First Year Apprenticeship at the Gaia School of Herbal Education in Malibu, CA. She is a holistic healer specializing in herbs, massage, ess…
 
While a productive garden is the goal, they should also be a place of sanctuary and beauty. Adding in these elements (even if you battle with shade) or small spaces, can bring you more joy in the garden, something we all could use more of, including weed suppression tips. For resource https://melissaknorris.com/257 Join the Pioneering Today Academy…
 
Today, someone said something about a neighbor tattling on another neighbor and I thought we need to look deeper into tattling, what it is and is not, and why tattling is VIOLENT. Stump the Sauce How to transplant strawberries and a word on getting slugs drunk. Main topic of the Show: Thought of the Walk on Tattlers Make it a great week! GUYS! Don’…
 
With the widespread quarantines across the country, we’ve witnessed disruption in nearly every single industry. Perhaps has this been most apparent within the food supply chain. Isn’t it incredible that we’re seeing both food shortages in areas at the same time farmers are dumping out excess crops? It seems what we’re feeling at the moment are some…
 
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