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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.
 
Welcome to the Craftsteading Podcast - "Making stuff from plants you grow, forage or buy." It’s about self-sufficiency and handcrafts and gardening. It’s about prepping for the apocalypse or relaxing with therapeutic mindful handcrafts. Are you looking for something engrossing to take your mind off daily worries? Would you like to learn a relaxing but exciting new skill or craft? Ever wished you could find out how to thriftily make useful and beautiful things to share with your friends and f ...
 
Welcome to the podcast, Full PreFrontal: Exposing the Mysteries of Executive Function hosted by Sucheta Kamath. Executive Function is a core set of cognitive skills that allow humans to focus attention, block out distractions, plan ahead, stay engaged, temper emotions, and think flexibly while creatively solving problems to fulfill personal and social goals. The prefrontal cortex region of the brain, which governs Executive Function, is often compared to an air traffic control system at a bu ...
 
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The Preparedness Podcast focuses on preparing for disasters, emergencies and survival strategies for becoming more self-reliant. Every podcast is filled with useful information and personal experience on how you can improve your preps so you can get your family ready to survive what ever crisis might come your way.Common topics are food storage, the economy, natural and technological disasters, bug out bags and evacuation, communications, emergency supplies, water filtering and purification, ...
 
For everything, there's water! From discovering life on other planets and traveling through time, to balancing a healthy environment and sustaining life on our planet, water is part of the equation, if not the answer. Do you need to rant? Grab a glass of water, or your favorite adult beverage, and let's discuss, sound off, and contemplate this crazy human existence.
 
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 ...
 
I firmly believe homesteading is more about lifestyle than location. Anyone can homestead anywhere, because it's really just about reconnecting to where our food comes from and the old fashioned skills and values of our grandparents. I'm here to teach you how to garden, preserve food, cook from scratch, minimize your stuff to maximize your life, and embrace a life of learning traditional homemaking arts.
 
Self-Sufficiency Made Simple podcast is here to share practical tips and hacks helping you overcome confusion about how to grow your own yummy food, keep healthy and happy chickens and even venture into the world of bees. And do it all in your own backyard. Your host Jo Flintham from SoH Farmlet is all about making things simple, fun and easy in the garden. With over 10 years of food growing experience and lessons, Jo shares how to start where you are with what you have to create your own se ...
 
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This week I ran across an article entitled: Meet the Appalachian Apple Hunter Who Rescued 1,000 ‘Lost’ Varieties It is the story of a retired chemical engineer named Tom Brown who since 2001 has been searching for and "rescuing" apple varieties from the Appalachians. He actually stumbled across this "hobby" by visiting a farmer's marked in 1998 whe…
 
Hannah Lasorsa, founder and owner of Herbal Content Cottage, works with plant and gardening brands to help them create botanically inspired marketing content and authentically connect with their audience. In this episode, Jessica sits down for tea and a conversation with Hannah about how Herbal Content Cottage came to be, and how herbalism inspires…
 
What is as ubiquitous as air, water, and earth, but possibly more potent than all three? It’s a story. The human brain, while swept up in the forcefield of stories, is enthralled, molded and shaped by it, but is also readily deceived by the artful embellishments by powerful story-tellers, including an unreliable narrator within. Our daily consumpti…
 
My buddy Jack Pollner from the Mindful Homestead and I have been talking for awhile about whether or not a homesteading convention in New England is needed. And I also wonder if other regional conventions might be needed? So, on this episode we talk about that. Below, are a list of conventions that I am aware of along with their "region" as I see i…
 
The highest rent you’ll ever pay is for the hurts, sorrows, and unforgiveness that occupy the space in your heart and mind. While thinking of those hurtful breakups, toxic relationships, unresolved lies, or the unrepairable damaging acts of others, it may be hard to channel the wisdom of poet Edwin Hubbel Chapin, "Never does the human soul appear s…
 
If you are new to raising chickens and you live in a place that has colder winters, you may wonder what you should do to ensure you properly care for your chickens during the winter. On this episode we talk about 3 very common mistakes people make when winterizing chicken coops. Also, keep in mind that during the month of November, 2021, you can fi…
 
I'm chatting with Carrie Wilson discussing everything you need to know about the Homestead Documentary Project. We're discussing what it is, who can benefit from it, where to watch, and where to find more info. You won’t want to miss this episode filled with the desire to connect fellow (or aspiring) homesteaders to other like-minded people. For mo…
 
How Gardening Became A Disciplined Hobby Among Five Retirees. The Intrepid Ivy Association is not an official gardening organization. Rather, we are a group of five retired Sorority sisters in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, who not only enjoy gardening but also enjoy the camaraderie gardening has engendered among us. To see more podcasts, visit our Mother Ea…
 
Creole healing herbs, grown in Louisiana in traiteur gardens and in natural settings, have a connection with old French and North American Indigenous traditions. This is the audio version of an article from the December 2021/January 2022 issue of MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine. For more great articles on livestock and land management, large and small f…
 
This week I ran across this article that discusses the importance of fermentation to gut health (microbiome) and I found it very fascinating. As someone who has struggled with gastro-intestinal issues and has found help through fermented products, it really resonated with me. I challenge you to read the article and I hope you enjoy my thoughts. You…
 
We live in a very rural area and experience power outages on a regular basis, especially during the winter months. Over the past 22 years, we've learned how to use a generator during a power outage, plus some great things to consider when using a generator or considering the best way for you to know how to use a generator at home. I’m also sharing …
 
Small, hardy, and colorful, Shetland sheep are a natural choice for shepherds and fiber artists alike. This is the audio version of an article from the December 2021/January 2022 issue of Mother Earth News magazine. For more great articles on livestock and land management, large and small farming, and even bees, go to www.motherearthnew.com If you’…
 
Green burials and funerals are becoming ever more popular choices, read about the many different options that are increasingly available. This is the audio version of an article from the December 2021/January 2022 issue of Mother Earth News magazine. For more great articles on livestock and land management, large and small farming, and even bees, g…
 
In this episode, Jessica chats with author and poultry-keeper Gail Damerow about how to protect a flock from predators big and small. Find Gail at on her blog, www.GailDamerow.com. Books by Gail include What’s Killing My Chickens?, Storey’s Guide to Raising Chickens, The Chicken Health Handbook, The Chicken Encyclopedia, and Hatching & Brooding You…
 
What is an intriguing difference between a four-year-old's versus a forty-year old’s approach to the world? Only one of them is inquisitive and inventive with a rich inner explorer. However, by the time the curious and inventive four-year-old enters their late teens, there is a remarkable depletion in their sense of exploration. There’s something a…
 
Learn all about coffee beans and how they're processed before they hit your cup. This is the audio version of an article from the December 2021/January 2022 issue of MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine. For more great articles on livestock and land management, large and small farming, and even bees, go to www.MotherEarthNews.com. If you’re interested in wor…
 
In February of 2019, approximately 4 months after we took delivery of our Kioti CK3510SE, I did a video about why we purchased that particular tractor. I have had many people ask for a follow up video and so now, after 3 years of ownership, I am following that video up with the issues I've had with the tractor as well as my thoughts on whether or n…
 
Jamiah Hargins -- gardenpreneur, inventor, dad, all-around great guy -- chats with us about how he’s helping to make vegetables and fruits available to neighborhoods in Los Angeles. To see more podcasts, visit our Mother Earth News and Friends page. Check out the MOTHER EARTH NEWS Bookstore for more resources to help you achieve your health and far…
 
The most watched video on my Youtube channel is my initial thoughts on our Kioti CK3510SE. Very frequently, I have been asked about providing an update to that video since we have had our tractor now for 3 years. But, before I do an update on that, I thought that perhaps an episode on some of the things a homesteader should consider when buying a t…
 
Entering a space full of strangers can be as scary as entering a snake pit. The brain cannot help but think “oh-no” and is likely to look for an exit strategy. Even though humans are social creatures, approaching or engaging with strangers invokes unparalleled fear or social anxiety that keeps us from making connections, sharing, or seeking help. I…
 
What if you couldn't get medicine from the store? What would you do? We're discussing different options for alternative medicines, like growing and using medicinal herbs at home, as well as supply and supply issues with our modern medicinal system. For more information, links and shownotes visit melissaknorris.com/324.…
 
One of the members of the supporting listeners program reached out to me with recommendations on a burner for outdoor canning. And so on today's episode, I share with you some of the things you should consider when coming up with a setup for outdoor canning. National Center For Home Food Preservation Pennstate Extension Camp Chef Explorer Stove Enj…
 
If you've never heard the term hugelkultur gardening you're in for a treat. This centuries-old method of gardening is making a comeback, and this podcast episode is filled with everything you need to know to successfully grow a garden using this German peasant traditional way of gardening. Learn its origins, the proper method, plus tips and tricks …
 
On this podcast, I am joined by Meredith Leigh, the person who ran the charcuterie workshop that Jack and I talked about last week. We talk about her journey into teaching (which may surprise you) as well as why ethical meat is so important. Information about the upcoming charcuterie class in Maryland can be found here. http://www.mereleighfood.com…
 
Traditional flatbreads are easy to make, flexible to use, and delicious to eat. This is the audio version of an article from the November/December 2021 issue of Grit magazine. For more great articles on livestock and land management, large and small farming, and even bees, go to www.Grit.com. If you’re interested in workshops about everything from …
 
Invest in a smoker that’s right for you, whether electric, pellet, propane, or charcoal. This is the audio version of an article from the March/April 2021 issue of Grit magazine. For more great articles on livestock and land management, large and small farming, and even bees, go to www.grit.com If you’re interested in workshops about everything fro…
 
Bake softer, more flavorful goods with Red Fife wheat, a heritage grain that’s making a culinary comeback. This is the audio version of an article from the March/April 2021 issue of Grit magazine. For more great articles on livestock and land management, large and small farming, and even bees, go to www.grit.com If you’re interested in workshops ab…
 
Did you know that a teaspoon of rosehips has as much vitamin C as 6 oranges? If you’re not using rosehips medicinally, this podcast is a must-listen! I’m talking with CeAnne from Farmhouse teas and we’re going over everything from growing, harvesting and preserving rosehips to how to use them medicinally. This is must-know information for heading i…
 
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