COMMUNITY HOMESTEADING

I believe in sharing the homestead life. Any farm kid is aware of this necessary reality. But I’ve come to believe in it even more in the last year, particularly when limited by sickness. Check it out: Why I Believe in Community Homesteading

Homsteading in Community

 

 

The original homesteaders had it right. They really did. And I do believe we’d benefit from their lives, if only we slowed down enough to take note! Here it is, folks. My perspective on Four Lessons From the Homesteaders of the Past

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While I fully support homesteading together, I believe it’s wise to do your homework! It pays to walk with caution. And to set boundaries for the benefit of all those involved.

Landowners, here’s a few things to chew on before offering your resources to another individual: Before You Choose Community Homesteading…

And to the wanna-be homesteaders, think on this before accepting the offer provided by a real homesteader: Before You Accept an Offer…

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The logistics should always be figured and discussed ahead of time, whether buying tools Purchasing Tools Together or animals Buying Animals Together, sharing or harvesting together!

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While Community Homesteading is wonderful, it pays to proceed with caution. While it cuts back on the work load, builds relationships and holds opportunities for learning and teaching, it can also be messy. Be sure of the individual’s reliability then jump in and enjoy the mutual camaraderie!

 

 

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