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Entrepreneurial Homesteading Benefits Community Bottom-line. [Part 3]

Backyard industry and urban agriculture complements the entrepreneurial mindset. Now more than ever, people are seeing an economic opportunity at their doorstep and taking advantage of it. Others are seeing the economic benefit of overseeing some of their own food. But for others, the idea of a farm in the city brings worries of sounds Read more »

Entrepreneurial Homesteading Benefits Community Bottom-line. [Part 2]

Job creation is an extremely necessary and desired goal for any community. In any good business plan, the need for a good ROI (return on investment) is critical to success. Focusing on urban agriculture, backyard industry and manufactured value-added product provide the much needed industry jobs while beneficially impacting the community. In addition to environmental, Read more »

Entrepreneurial Homesteading Benefits Community Bottom-line.

Backyard industry and urban agriculture includes people from across all socio-economic backgrounds as well as political persuasions that are actively engaged in what is often known as homesteading. Whether it is due to economic factors or people looking for a more simple lifestyle, the numbers continue to grow exponentially of those who call themselves homesteaders. Read more »

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A HAVENSTEADER

Are you ready for homesteading? Rising before the crack of dawn to milk cows or head off to work on the tractor are often the first things people assume if you say you have a homestead. But suburban or urban homesteading usually doesn’t include milking animals (unless you have goats or rattlesnakes) or tilling with Read more »

Permaculture Principle #1. Observe and Interact

Principle Number One: Observe and Interact Have you ever gone on a walk with a young child? They are the epitome of modeling the principle of observing and interacting. They see something that attracts their attention. They stop. They gaze at it, touch it, smell it, hold it. They seek only to engage and understand.As Read more »