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Buying Homestead Land | How to Afford Farm Land

Buying Homestead Land

Many new homesteaders ask, “How do you afford buying homestead land?” Here is what drives up land prices and action tips so you can afford farmland. One question many new and aspiring homesteaders have is, “How do you afford land?” How do you get into owning your own property and buying homestead land? That can […]

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Farm Like a Lunatic | Foundations in Farming & Homesteading with Joel Salatin

Farm Like a Lunatic: Foundations in Farming & Homesteading with Joel Salatin

Introducing the Farm Like a Lunatic: Foundations of Farming & Homesteading Course by Joel Salatin! When you look around the world it’s easy to realize there has never been a better time to stop homestead dreaming and start homestead DOING! Now is always the best time to start focusing on regaining your “independence, self-reliance, & […]

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10 Maple Syrup Tips for Rookies

Maple Syrup Tips

While there is an abundance of information on how to tap trees and make maple syrup, learn from my rookie mistakes with these 10 maple syrup tips. How To Make Maple Syrup guides are readily available online and in books. I picked up a great book at Lehman’s that was very helpful. I recommend that anyone interested […]

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What to Plant in February: Vegetable Garden Growing Guide

What to Plant in February: Vegetable Growing Guides

Learn what to plant in February with Homesteaders of America Vegetable Garden Growing Guides! While most of the gardens in the United States are still resting, perhaps even insulated under a thick blanket of snow, there are a few southern areas beginning to warm up and will be ready to grow vegetables soon! What to […]

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What to Plant in January: Vegetable Garden Growing Guide

What to Plant in January: Vegetable Garden Growing Guides

Learn what to plant in January with Homesteaders of America Vegetable Garden Growing Guides! While most of the gardens in the United States are still resting, perhaps even insulated under a thick blanket of snow, there are a few southern areas beginning to warm up and will be ready to grow vegetables soon! What to […]

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