Podcast 515Paul sits down with Mike Haasl, Beau Davidson, and Ash Jackson to talk about this year's BB20 event, as well as plans for next year's event, and the PTJ.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
The Benefits of Johnson-Su Bioreactor CompostSUBSCRIBE and LISTEN TO FULL EPISODES:.Permaculture Voices Shared .
111: RAQ #6It's another random audience questions podcast episode where I pull five questions from my giant mason jar of topics you've sent in.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
What to do When Homesteading Gets ToughIf you have been homesteading for any length of time, or you're just getting started with your homestead, there comes a time when you begin to feel overwhelmed with all of the work and everything that needs to get done.Pioneering Today Shared .
Fertilizer Free With InterplantingSUBSCRIBE and LISTEN TO FULL EPISODES:.Permaculture Voices Shared .
110: NaNoWriMoSo, today we're talking about NaNoWrimo , why writer-type-folk should consider taking part in it this November, and-for you non-writers-lessons I've learned from my participation in NaNoWriMo that absolutely and totally apply to other areas of life.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
NEW PODCASTSUBSCRIBE and LISTEN TO FULL EPISODES:.Permaculture Voices Shared .
How to Tackle Farm Price Objections: Farm PodcastBecause, as your skill improves at conveying value, that skill will permeate all aspects of your marketing.Small Farm Nation: Farming & Homesteading Shared .
How to Create an Email List for your FarmOne of the challenges I hear most often expressed from small farmers , is how difficult it is to create an email list of potential customers.Small Farm Nation: Farming & Homesteading Shared .
Get FREE Plants Using Cuttings, Grafting and Air LayeringLearn how to use root cuttings, stem cuttings, and even air layering to create free berry, fruit, and herb plants from existing plants.Pioneering Today Shared .
Creating a Homesteading CommunityJoin Nichole Sauce from the Living Free in Tennessee Podcast and myself as we discuss how to build a Homestead Focused Community!Homesteady Shared .
The Reason Bees Are Going To Be The New Backyard ChickensBecoming a Pioneer - You get instant access to the new forum, discounts, and homesteading classes and you shopping at Amazon?Homesteady Shared .
109: lessons, tiny farms, and other stuffEarlier this week I went down a rabbit hole that we will call Something Doesn't Quite Line Up Here which lead me to a bunch of question-asking and research.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Centuries-Old method to increase productivity and sustainability with land and livestockUse this old method of co-grazing and silvopasture to increase your profit and sustainability with your livestock without increasing your land.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 514Paul continues his discussion with Alan Booker on the subject of the wildfires active in the USA, mostly talking about prevention strategies like distributing ponds all over the place, uses for fallen branches, and populating forests with people to manage them.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
108: RAQ #5I have a random question. Like you, I'm increasingly concerned about what the next 3, 6 and 12 months are going to look like in our country.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Podcast 513Paul calls Alan Booker up to talk about the BBB, but decided to talk about the wildfires in the USA instead.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
8 Things to Do Now for a Stronger Immune System for Fall/WinterThese are the 8 things I'm doing now to make sure my immune system is stronger come cold and flu season this fall and winter and you should join me.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 512Paul continues his call with Alan Booker on the subject of the BBB. And although they started section 2.3 last podcast, they still don't finish it...Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 511Paul calls up Alan Booker to continue their trek through the BBB, this time starting Chapter 2 and covering the introduction, 2.2: Science and the thousand names of god, and part of 2.3: Applying laws and principles to design.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
107: Deep Thoughts from the WoodsDeep thought #2: The trees have answers Because the air is more clear and the woods chill me out, I generally go to the cabin looking for brilliant answers - for the way around everything, or for a solution to whatever is the current issue in my life.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Podcast 510Paul continues his consultation call with Evan, who owns land in Massachusetts. This podcast is mostly focused on the potential uses of hugelkultur beds, their placement and the overall quality of the soil on property.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Season of ChangeJason and Lorraine talk about there week and how the season of growing food is changing.Sow The Land Shared .
Ep 56: Take the shot!Original Transplants Podcast episode 56 Take the. Shot! begins with questions from new Pennsylvanians theroadstead via Instagram about PA homesteading and composting, and from a new homestead friend via email to about rain barrels.Original Transplants Shared .
Use This Method to Dry Herbs for Stronger Medicinal PropertiesWe're bringing in the harvest and that means herbs for the spice and natural medicine cabinet.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 509Paul calls up Evan, who has some land in Massachusetts, and paid for one of Paul's consultations.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 508Paul Wheaton continues his discussion with Mike Haasl and Ash Jackson about the Badge Bits for the sand badge in animal care.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Businesses That Succeed PivotAdam is a microgreen farmer and the owner of Closed Loop Farms. His farm was servicing nearly one hundred restaurants in the Chicago area until the pandemic came.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 507Paul Wheaton meets up with Mike Haasl and Ash Jackson again to discuss the Badge Bits for the sand badge in animal care.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
How To Build Wealth with a HomesteadJohn Pugliano Joins Us to answer that question. John Pugliano, host of the Wealthsteading Podcast, has over 30 years investing experience, he's an entrepreneur, author, inventor and the founder and money manager of Investable Wealth LLC.Homesteady Shared .
Podcast 506Paul Wheaton and Chris McClellan, AKA Uncle Mud, continue discussion of the design of the experimental tiny-house, Gilligan-proof rocket mass heater for the red cabin.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
A Complete Guide to Home Food PreservationUsing all the forms of food preservation provides you with a lot more food to eat throughout the fall and winter and also means you're not left with mounds of molding produce if you can't get canning supplies.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 505Chris McClellan, AKA Uncle Mud, talks with Paul Wheaton about his visit to the labs, the experimental rocket mass heaters in the red cabin, and their flaws.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
The CSA Farm Sales ModelJessica Washkowiak from Field to Fork Farm joins me to talk about why she loves the CSA business model for their farm.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 504Paul Wheaton, Mike Haasl, Ash Jackson and Ashley Cottonwood discuss the badge bits for the sand badge in animal care.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
106: If I May Speak Freely: Freedom of SpeechToday we are tackling the topic of freedom of speech-it's a huge topic that's been on my mind lately because of things happening out in the world.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Podcast 503Paul meets up with Mike Haasl and Ash Jackson again to actually talk about the animal care PEP badge this time.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Growing Season is Slowing DownToday we talk about our week. We also talk about using a smoker for the first time, workshops, back in the woodshed and Lorraine's skin care line.Sow The Land Shared .
9 Things We're Doing Now for Fall COVID 2nd Wave PotentialHere's what we're doing to be ready for fall/winter, whatever it may bring. It's a little bit different than what we've done in the past, but many of these practices are ones we'll keep up as a permanent part of our homestead.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 502Paul meets up with Mike Haasl and Ash Jackson to try to talk about PEP animal care, but get sidetracked into thanking everyone for all the good stuff that's been happening.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Sourcing High-Quality Microgreen Seeds with Lisa Mumm of Mumm's Sprouting SeedsMost of those seeds are sourced locally in Saskatchewan. Lisa also details their extensive procedures that ensure that all of the seed they sell is pathogen-free.Permaculture Voices Shared .
105: Build the Life You Want by Saying NoBuilding the life you want is a sure step towards self-sufficiency and independence. But what if you don't know what you want that life to look like?A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Podcast 501Paul and Alexia Allen continue their discussion. They discuss why you shouldn't hire Paul to consult if you have dreams for your land, how "common sense" isn't so common, or at least varies depending on your upbringing, and Alexia's goal of becoming a farm grandma.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Have We Outgrown Our HomesteadJason and Lorraine talk about growing the 1.5 acre homestead they live on and how to know when you are ready for more land!Sow The Land Shared .
I've Never Been This Real the Emotional Part of Raising LivestockI've never shared like this before on a podcast, warning, you will hear me cry.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 500Paul continues his discussion with Alexia Allen. They're still on community, but branch off onto discussing how to deal with people telling you what to do and think.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Great Crops Start with Great SeedsMicrogreen grower Chris Thoreau joins me to talk about the importance of sourcing high quality, pathogen-free seed for a microgreens operation.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 4997 years since their last podcast ,10 since the chicken video and over a million views later, Paul Wheaton sits down to talk with Alexia Allen.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
104: RAQ #4I'm a long time listener and I've heard you mention occasionally that at some point in your adult life, you, your husband and kids, and your parents all lived together in a multi generational home.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
6 Healthy Benefits of Mushrooms You Need to Know for FallThe health benefits of mushrooms are vast and when you consider you can easily grow them at home, it gets even more exciting.Pioneering Today Shared .
Summer in ReviewToday we talk about our summer and what we have been up to for the week.Sow The Land Shared .
Podcast 498Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker continue their review and discussion of the big black book, Bill Mollison's Permaculture - a designers' manual.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Crushing It Selling Spice Blends and Vegetables OnlineFarmer and Entrepreneur Chaz Daughtry.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 497Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker continue their review and discussion of the big black book, Bill Mollison's Permaculture - a designers' manual.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
103: How to Have an Actual ConversationTalking to people can be difficult. Conversations in a society where people are divided and tensions are high can be especially tough.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Podcast 496Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker continue their review and discussion of the big black book, Bill Mollison's Permaculture - a designers' manual.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
How to Grow Mushrooms at Home For FoodLearning how to grow mushrooms at home opens up an entirely new world for food production in your backyard.Pioneering Today Shared .
Creating Farm Efficiencies and Lessons Learned from Moving FarmsFarmer Erich Schultz joins me to talk about lessons he has learned after moving his farm several times over the past 10 years.Permaculture Voices Shared .
The Happiness Tree: Albizia julibrissinEpisode 33: Albizia julibrissin is one of my new favorite trees. Commonly called The Tree of Happiness, Persian Silk Tree, and Mimosa, Albizia is native to Asia and a member of the Fabaceae family.Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Podcast 495Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker continue their review and discussion of the big black book, Bill Mollison's Permaculture - a designers' manual.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
102: What are YOU going to do about it?I don't have to give you examples of this because I guarantee you can see it going on around you, even if you're not a part of it yourself.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Podcast 494Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker continue their review and discussion of the big black book, Bill Mollison's Permaculture - a designers' manual.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
7 Things We'll Never Go Back to Since COVID19It's been five months since the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. There are many changes that have taken place.Pioneering Today Shared .
101: RAQ #3: packaging chicken, the gym vs. the farm, homeschooling, state of the world, nailsThe gym is important to me because physical activity is tied to my mental health.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Ep 55: Sweat EquityThe Original Transplants Podcast Episode 55: Sweat Equity The Original Transplants Podcast Episode 55 finds stewards Sarah and Will enjoying long summer days staying busy with homestead chores, beekeeping, backyard chickens, and edible gardening.Original Transplants Shared .
11 Tips to Get Rid of Bugs on Plants Naturally that Actually WorkThere's nothing more frustrating than having bugs or other garden pests decimate your vegetables. Unfortunately, there's a lot of myths or suggestions to use synthetic pesticides.Pioneering Today Shared .
Living an Organic LifeTiffany and her family live on a Florida farm with an insane number of animals.The Gold Shaw Farm Podcast Shared .
100: Safety Tips for the Homestead and BeyondThankfully, there is no shortage of homestead safety tips, and there are probably a gazillion tips that could be added to this blog post!A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
The Amazing Amaranth FamilyEpisode 32: Meet the broad and beautiful Amaranth family in this episode with farmer and seed saver Andrew McMillion.Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Tips for a Successful Fall Garden and When to Plant for Fall HarvestHave fresh veggies all fall and into winter straight from the garden with these tips for a fall garden.Pioneering Today Shared .
99: Being a Gray Man: What it is, Why it MattersHave you heard about the concept of being a gray man? As originally explained to me, "being a gray man" was for a SHTF situation.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Radically Deviant Financial StrategiesPaul Wheaton and Jennifer Richardson continue their discussion of radically different financial strategies, comparing Jacob Lund Fiskar's Early Retirement Extreme to life at wheaton labs, and respond to comments made on the ERE forum Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on this...Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Most Underused Form of Poultry for Income and Sustainability on the HomesteadLearn about this sustainable form of poultry to use on the homestead and how it's vastly underused today.Pioneering Today Shared .
Why Seeking Success Might Be the Worst Mistake Of AllSuccess and fulfillment aren't the same things and they don't necessarily go hand in hand.Permaculture Voices Shared .
98: You Can Be Both"It is better to be a warrior in a garden than a gardener in a war." Today we talk about the importance of being both peaceful and a warrior...A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Tips for Butchering a Year's Worth of Chicken in 2 HoursThe actual butchering took 2 hours, but the setup, clean up, and packaging were longer.Pioneering Today Shared .
The Science of Crop BreedingNikolay Georgiev joins me to talk about the process of breeding hybrid tomatoes. We get into the science discussing what is possible in terms of disease resistance and what problems breeding could solve.Permaculture Voices Shared .
The Secret Conversation that Convinced Me to Buy CamelsBecoming a Pioneer - You get instant access to the new forum, discounts, and homesteading classes and you shopping at Amazon?Homesteady Shared .
Podcast 491Paul Wheaton, Fred Tyler, Jennifer Richardson and Josiah Kobernik continue their discussion about how Paul's projects can help resolve childhood cancer and create bricks to build a better world.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 490Paul Wheaton, Fred Tyler, Jennifer Richardson and Josiah Kobernik discuss the missing ‘brick' to build a better world, one that may prove to be the foundation stone: How to resolve childhood cancer, and how Paul's projects can help.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
97: RAQs #2Do you have a question to submit about homesteading...or life? Email me at or message me at the social media accounts listed in the resources at the bottom of this post.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Podcast 489Paul Wheaton, Jen Richardson and Josiah Kobernik host a live open Q&A about the proposed wofati greenhouse, The Kickstarter is now funded three times over.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
It's Never Too Late to Do Good ThingsWhat do you want to leave behind - an asset that society can build off or a liability that society has to clean up?Permaculture Voices Shared .
96: Eat The Cake While You Can Still Taste ItEver felt guilty for eating that piece of cake? Ever felt guilty for indulging in that one opportunity?A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Podcast 488Paul Wheaton and Jennifer Richardson talk about the kickstarter for the truly passive wofati greenhouse, which will keep plants active throughout the Montana winter to process greywater.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
My Farm Journey with Liset GarciaLiset Garcia of Sweet Girl Farms joins me to talk about her first year of farming - how she started, what worked, and how she is evolving the business.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Weed Management In Your Garden With Guest John MoodyOn this podcast episode guest John Moody talks to us about many methods for controlling weeds in your garden.The Modern Homesteading Podcast Shared .
Podcast 487Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker continue their discussion of the big black book, Bill Mollison's Permaculture - a designers' manual.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
How to Make Fruit Vinegar at Home with 1 IngredientYou'll want to make sure you're turning some of that fresh summer fruit into this easy homemade vinegar that uses only, are you ready for this, 1 ingredient!Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 486Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker continue their review and discussion of Bill Mollison's the big black book.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Podcast 485Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker intend to do a page by page review of Bill Mollison's "Permaculture - a designers manual", also known as the Big Black Book.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
95: The truth about tribes, support systems, and friendsToday I am deep thinkin' about tribes, support systems, and groups of friends. Life is a process of growth and change, so let's talk about how to find your tribe, what the actual purpose is of that tribe, and what to keep in mind when you feel like it's time to step away from that tribe.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Farming for CommunityJames Grevious of Rebels in the Garden joins me to talk about the importance of farming for the community.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Ep 54: Morels or LessThe Original Transplants Podcast Episode 54: Morels or Less The Original Transplants Podcast Episode 54 announces May 17th as International Root Flair Appreciation Day and shares morel mushroom hunting results and lessons learned from Satoyama Homestead stewards Sarah and Will.Original Transplants Shared .
3 Tips for Time Management and My Homestead ScheduleOne of the questions I get asked the most is how do you manage to get so much done with work and a homestead?Pioneering Today Shared .
94: RAQs #1Today is the first official Random Audience Questions episode, where I answer questions that have been sent in by YOU.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
SEp 076; May on the Homestead and Irrigation SystemsPlanting, chipping, mulching, and irrigation has been the themes this month. Join us as we share all the happenings on our homestead including our NEW irrigation system that is making watering and fertilizing super simple!Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
PerspectiveFarmer Justin Gay joins me to talk about his thoughts on the murder of George Floyd while sharing his thoughts on what it is like to live life being Black in America.Permaculture Voices Shared .
10 Things Most Organic Gardeners Forget AboutLearn the 10 things most organic gardeners forget about to help you grow more food in the space you have, even if it's not ideal full sun!Pioneering Today Shared .
93: Okay, Now What?When you hit a stage of life where things are ending or changing, we often ask ourselves , okay, now what?A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
8 Tips for Hiring Better Farm EmployeesHiring troubles? Nervous about hiring? Then this is the episode for you. I am joined by Farmer and HR Specialist Jeremy Tolley of Red Thread Farm.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Just Shootin' The Breeze About Food ForestsOn this podcast episode I share a few thoughts about starting the food forest build on the lot I purchased last year.The Modern Homesteading Podcast Shared .
Clothes and Climate: The Environmental Cost of Fast FashionLearn how your clothing choices can change the world in this episode with writer Elizabeth Segran.Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Integrating New Chicks to Existing Flocks Q&A Chicken RaisingLearn how to integrate new chicks into existing flocks, plus, all your questions on mixing meat birds with laying hens and how to keep dual-purpose chickens.Pioneering Today Shared .
92: Everyone's normal is differentI 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.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Selling Online: A Decade of Experience Selling Online with Dan BriseboisFarmer 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.Permaculture Voices Shared .
7 Self-sufficiency and Simple Living Lessons from the AmishEven without going Amish, we can glean a lot from their lifestyle to help us live more self-sufficient and simple with these 7 tips.Pioneering Today Shared .
Selling Online: A Detailed Look at Local LineToday 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.Permaculture Voices Shared .
91: When it's time to dig, dig deep.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.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Another Urban Homesteading Success Story With Guest Anne-Marie MillerWe Discuss:. Get Access to the Complete Feed Archive of Podcast Episodes as well as Bonus Episodes, Special Discounts for Homesteading Related Products, and a free PDF copy of My Book by becoming a Member at.The Modern Homesteading Podcast Shared .
5 Garden Elements You Need to Add for Relaxation and FunctionalityWhile a productive garden is the goal, they should also be a place of sanctuary and beauty.Pioneering Today Shared .
Balancing Family and Farming with Laura PattersonLaura Patterson of Hand-Grown Greens joins me to talk about her entrepreneurial journey that involves switching careers, balancing family and work, raising kids as a business owner, and grower her business.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 484Paul, Fred, Jen, Josiah, Orin and other residents of Wheaton labs continue to discuss hugeluculture construction and iterative design at Allerton Abbey.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Building Self Reliance and Freedom Into Your Life With Guest Nicole SauceOn this podcast episode I chat with Homesteader and Host of The Living Free In Tennesee Podcast, Nicole Sauce.The Modern Homesteading Podcast Shared .
Podcast 483Paul, Fred, Jen, Josiah, Orin and other residents of Wheaton labs meet to discuss the next stage in creating Gertitude and hugelculture beds at Allerton Abbey.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
10 Tips on Raising Chickens for MeatWhat you need to know to raise chickens for meat, including what breed is best, where to purchase, how much food they need, butcher age, and what you need to do differently with meat birds to avoid early death or leg problems.Pioneering Today Shared .
Selling Online: Bring Your Farmers' Market OnlineToday we're interviewing Jordan McPhee of Maple Bloom Farm from Prince Edward Island, whose farmers' market was recently shut down due to the COVID pandemic.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Do What You Can Where You're At With Guest Brenda ScottOn this podcast episode I chat with Author of the blog "Well Fed Homestead" Brenda Scott.The Modern Homesteading Podcast Shared .
8 Common Mistakes Made by New GardenersThese 8 common mistakes made by new gardeners are easy to avoid once you know what they are and though common with new gardeners, even us veteran gardeners may be making some of them!Pioneering Today Shared .
Saving Medicinal Plants with United Plant SaversEpisode 154: When medicinal at risk plants need help, United Plant Savers comes to the rescue!Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Homesteading By The Guinea Fowl Principle With Guests Sean and Rachel ReevesOn this podcast episode I chat with Homesteaders Sean and Rachel Reeves who made a huge move from the city life of southern California to the country life of northern Virginia.The Modern Homesteading Podcast Shared .
Ep 53 Homesteading for Food SecurityThe Original Transplants Podcast Episode 53: Homesteading for Food Security The Original Transplants Podcast Episode 53 explores food security and supply chain logistics during the COVID-19 pandemic.Original Transplants Shared .
12 Non-Food Essentials to Always Have on HandThese are non-food items to keep on hand at all times with tips to make sure you have what you need to run your home and homestead smoothly, from the vehicles, equipment and the cleaner / medicine cabinet.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 482Paul meets with Fred Tyler, Josiah Kobernik, Jen Richardson and other residents of wheaton labs to work on the iterative design to turn allerton abbey into a one acre permaculture paradise.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Quarantined on the HomesteadToday Jason and Lorraine talk about what it's like for THEM to quarantine on their homestead.Sow The Land Shared .
Selling Online: Selling Online When the Farmer's Market ClosesKatherine Creswell of Moose Meadow Farm joins me to talk about why they started their online store.Permaculture Voices Shared .
The Homestead Journey With Guest Brian WellsOn this podcast episode I chat with Brian Wells from The Homestead Journey Podcast.. We Discuss:.The Modern Homesteading Podcast Shared .
13 Pantry Items to Always Have on HandThese are the 13 pantry items I always have on hand and the amounts I'm now keeping as a bare minimum since COVID19.Pioneering Today Shared .
Profitably Growing Mushrooms on a Small FarmToday we're talking to John Findlay, who raises mushrooms on his farm in Ontario, Canada.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Our COVID19 Food Production Plan and How to Plan for LivestockWe're implementing steps right now to raise more of our own food than ever before.Pioneering Today Shared .
90: when it all makes you mad, who really is in charge?What if us being able to stand in all that stuff and say, "you don't get to ruin my day" is really about taking control and having power?A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Kirsten Lie-Nielsen and Writing on the FarmKirsten Lie-Nielsen is a homesteader and writer living in Maine. She raises geese, goats and writes books.The Gold Shaw Farm Podcast Shared .
How to Produce More Product Faster for a Rapidly Growing Customer BaseChris Kiesz of Yellow Hutch Farm in Minnesota joins us to talk about picking up jobs and moving 2000 miles across the country to start his farm.Permaculture Voices Shared .
89: Is it really worth it to raise and grow your own food?Another side note: I get that some people are living a really really frugal life out of necessity, and they have to make choices based on that.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Selling Online: Aggregating Vegetables and Selling Through an Online StoreMax Becher and Mike Roberts of Farmivore join me to talk about how they are aggregating products and selling them online in their farm store using Shopify.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Plant these now and have food for years + uncommon edible plantsWhat's better than planting something once and having food for years to come? Pretty much nothing!Pioneering Today Shared .
Sold Our Home, Moved Into a Bus, and Started a FarmToday we interview Troy and Cindy Dickens of Tilth and Timber farm in MA. They are only a few months into their journey.Permaculture Voices Shared .
88: "When You Just Want to Sit in Your Barn and Drink Beer""Amy - How do we deal with friends and family who disagree with us and are so polar opposite from us about this whole Covid thing?"A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
codes, insurance, and rocket mass heatersPaul Wheaton and Chris McClellan talk about building codes, insurance companies and rocket mass heaters.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Selling Online: Selling Vegetables with Shopify and Customer PickupsRay Tyler joins me to talk about his online store that runs on Shopify. We get into what he likes about the platform and how going online has allowed him to drastically increase his sales from compared to when he only did farmers' markets.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Ep 52 Shelter at HomesteadThe Original Transplants Podcast Episode 52: Shelter at Homestead The Original Transplants Podcast Episode 52 begins with covid-19 pandemic well-wishes from Satoyama Homestead stewards Will and Sarah.Original Transplants Shared .
Your COVID19 Gardening Plan to Grow Your Own FoodMany of us are relying on our gardens this year for food than ever before.Pioneering Today Shared .
87: A Homesteader's Response to Everyone's Sudden Interest in HomesteadingI recently received this question in my inbox, and it was the perfect mash-up of many questions I've received in the last couple weeks regarding my thoughts on the uptick of sudden interest in homesteading and self-reliance skills due to the current health and economic issues we are facing.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Pastured Poultry Alternatives to the Cornish Cross Chicken with Luke GroceFarmer Luke Groce discusses some of the different breeds he has tried on his farm in his open cell pastured poultry system.Permaculture Voices Shared .
86: When everyone needs help, take care of yourself firstTaking a break to drink some tea and relax in a bubble bath might be your thing, but that's not necessarily what we're talking about.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Selling Online: REKO Rings"How does a REKO-ring work? The ring is based on a closed Facebook group. The producer and consumer who want to take part apply for membership in the group he or she likes."Permaculture Voices Shared .
SEp: 075; Spring Planting, Listener Questions, and Permaculture Principles in the Kitchen GardenSpring has sprung on the homestead and today we share all the new seeds / plants we are looking forward to in 2020 as well as many steps we take to prep our garden for planting.Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
Paper product substitutes and tips for homemade reusable itemsThese homemade reusable substitutes for single-use store-bought items will serve you well, especially in these times when toilet paper can be hard to come by.Pioneering Today Shared .
85: 5 Common Mistakes When Choosing Egg Bird BreedsI think we can all agree that chickens are great. And while some people get chickens simply because chickens are awesome, today I want to talk specifically about getting chickens for the purpose of laying eggs.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Pastured Raised PodcastToday's episode is a replay of Luke Groce's new podcast The Pasture-Raised Podcast. Listen to more episodes at.Permaculture Voices Shared .
5 Tips to Create a Handmade and Vintage HomeHaving a home that is beautiful and functional is extremely important, especially now when many of us are spending more time there.Pioneering Today Shared .
03: Dirt DishingIn which we reveal secret habits we do while out in the garden, dig deeper into Angela's fascination with "little old men" and explore Shaye's advise for beginner gardeners.The Elliott Homestead Shared .
84: 10 Lessons You Can Learn in Times of CrisisWhat You Don't Know Ever heard the saying you don't know what you don't know?A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Succeeding Despite Challenges and Selling Online with Los Perros Urban FarmToday we're talking to Buddha of Los Perros an urban farm in Malmö, Sweden. They're going into their 5th year farming and have faced a lot of challenges recently.Permaculture Voices Shared .
How to Grow Your Own Food Q&AToday I answer your questions on growing your own food straight from your messages. Now more than ever people are needing to grow a garden to provide for their family and I answer your questions.Pioneering Today Shared .
83: 9 ways to use technology to ward off isolationNote: I know there are people who try to stay away from using too much technology.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
How Fragile Is Your BusinessCould it survive a recession? How long could you survive at 50% of your current sales?Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 480Paul Wheaton and Mike Haasl have been developing the PEP badges as part of the SKills to Inherit Property initiative.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
82: Keeping a Pantry Journal Helps you Prepare for EmergenciesI've always kept a freezer list/pantry list of what's on hand here at the homestead.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Tips and Advice for Optimizing your Farm Website for CustomersFarmer Debra Bruner joins us to talk about selling to restaurants, partnering with other farms, buying another farm's products, and designing a better website.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 479Paul Wheaton and Ben Lawson finish their discussion about dryland ponds, then switch to dealing with authorities, giving them correct answers, the value of overalls, relationships, polyamory, social permaculture, cryptocurrency and turning Paul into a cartoon.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
81: DIY your Pantry with Kris BordessaI had the opportunity to talk with Kris Bordessa recently about how to DIY your pantry - and her new book Attainable Sustainable: The Lost Art of Self-Reliant Living.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Changing the Business Based on Customer DemandThis week we talk with Chris and Audra Wyant from central Illinois of Finding Eminence Farm.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 478Paul Wheaton and Ben Lawson continue their discussion of the creation dryland ponds and chinampa systems without the use of cement or bentonite and avoiding toxins.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Coronavirus Homestead Plan to Alleviate Fear and Be PreparedDuring this unprecedented time with the Coronavirus, I'm sharing what we're doing to stay calm, be prepared, and help others.Pioneering Today Shared .
How to Keep Weeds Out of the Garden NaturallyWeeds have long plagued me in the garden and weed fabric does NOT work, but I've finally found some things that do work to keep weeds out of the garden naturally long term.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 477Paul Wheaton and Ben Lawson of tantrapunk.com discuss Ben's dream to make a dryland pond and chinampa system.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Thinking About Starting a Profitable Homestead or FarmsteadLearn more with Grassfed Life Courses.Permaculture Voices Shared .
80: 5 Reasons Homesteaders Need to Be BraveBut it's important that you learn the skills that are needed to run your homestead because it brings efficiency to your homestead.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Building a Brand and a FarmThis week we interview first-year farmers Quinn Richards and Theus Weiskopf of Farm Punk Salads in Portland Oregon.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Impact of Being in the Midst of a Crisis How Homesteading HelpsNo matter what your thoughts are on the coronavirus this is the time to assess how your food storage and supplies are.Pioneering Today Shared .
Growing and Improving a Microgreens Business with Max Beecher and Chris ThoreauThe benefits of building a microgreens business, and how to keep improving it. Chris's online course Growing Your Profitable Microgreens Business Paperpot Transplanter and Other Small Farm Equipment at.Permaculture Voices Shared .
How We Learned To Grow FoodI converted this podcast from a YouTube video I made in 2017 on our Sow the Land Youtube channel.Sow The Land Shared .
02: What Makes Us WeirdLet's face it, we're weird and we know it. One of us can't put her left shoe on first without crying and the other has a history of rocking pleather pants and platform heels.The Elliott Homestead Shared .
10 Steps to Starting a Garden From ScratchIf you're ready to sink your shovel into the soil for a garden of your own, there's a number of considerations that need to be made beforehand.The Homesteading Hippy Shared .
How to Brine and Smoke a ChickenYou can brine a whole chicken or pieces of chicken. Our most recent smoking episode had us brining the breasts, legs, and thighs from four large chickens.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
A Small Farm In The Making With Guest Jillae DalmolinOn this podcast episode I chat with Jillae Dalmolin from Wanderin' Barefoot Farm.. We Discuss:.The Modern Homesteading Podcast Shared .
Gardening the Permaculture Way: How to Create an Abundant Perennial GardenEpisode 153: Put down that shovel and start a no-till perennial garden! In this fun and informative interview, Permaculture Designer and Teacher Morag Gamble shares her tips about how to create an abundant and thriving organic oasis.Sustainable World Radio Shared .
Achieve Financial Sustainability and Food Security With a GardenSustainability and food security is a huge factor in why people start homesteading and can be created with a home garden.Pioneering Today Shared .
Great Pastured Poultry Starts in the BrooderDarby discusses why good brooder management is so important for pastured poultry. Starting the chicks off to a good start in the brooder helps them excel in the field.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Blake Kirby and Daddykirbs FarmOn today's episode, I'm chatting with my buddy Blake Kirby of Daddykirbs Farm. In our conversation, we talk about farming, family and telling your personal story.The Gold Shaw Farm Podcast Shared .
Can Your Farm Earn You a Living Wage?And why a living wage isn't enough. All questions answered in this episode of Farm Small Farm Smart.Permaculture Voices Shared .
01: Our Love StoryWe live on opposite sides of the country so how did we become friends? It's more than just loving red lipstick.The Elliott Homestead Shared .
Podcast 476Paul Wheaton, Jen Richardson and Josiah Kobernik talk about the experimental use of a casserole lid as a door for a batch box rocket mass heater at Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Starting a Successful Craft Butcher Business from ScratchThey found an old bank in the middle of Pennsylvania farm country. Perfect. Lots of elbow grease, experimenting with old world recipes, and bourbon, and here they are running a successful butcher business from scratch.Homesteady Shared .
Podcast 475Paul Wheaton, Jen Richardson and Josiah Kobernik round off their discussion about the upcoming Jamboree at Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
How to Care for Fruit Trees In Fall and WinterKnow what to do in fall and what you need to do in winter to ensure the vitality of your fruit trees and how to keep disease down.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 474Paul Wheaton, Jen Richardson and Josiah Kobernik continue their discussion about the upcoming Jamboree at Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Is this the last episode?Evaluating where we're spending our time, especially when we feel overwhelmed, is extremely important for anyone, but especially homesteaders.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 473Paul Wheaton, Jen Richardson and Josiah Kobernik talk about the upcoming Jamboree, formerly called the Appropriate Technology Course, at Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Growing Great Microgreens Starts with the Great SoilMicrogreen grower Chris Thoreau joins me to talk about the importance of soil in growing microgreens.Permaculture Voices Shared .
LIVESTOCKI feel one of the best things you can do for yourself, and especially for your children, is to raise some livestock, even if only for a short time.Homesteady Shared .
9 Lists You Need for Homestead OrganizationNote: You'll find I haven't created these lists for you-I don't have anything for you to download and fill in.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Podcast 472Paul Wheaton and Josiah Kobernik round off their discussion of the design and construction of the roundwood timber-frame earth sheltered berm shed at Wheaton labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Having Fun While Making Homesteading A Reality With Guests Kevin and Heather O'RourkeOn this podcast episode, I chat with Kevin and Heather O'Rourke from Bear Bottom Acres.The Modern Homesteading Podcast Shared .
Tips on How to Declutter Your Home and Keep It That WayA homestead has more moving parts than most homes and without systems in place, it can quickly become a jumbled mess.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 471Paul Wheaton and Josiah Kobernik continue their discussion about the earth sheltered berm shed on Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
10 Ways To Repurpose 5 Gallon BucketsOn this episode, I pick up where I left off on the last episode and give you the last 5 of 10 ways to repurpose 5 gallon buckets.The Modern Homesteading Podcast Shared .
Where to Buy Whole Grains in BulkI'll dive into how I use each of those grains in my baking and cooking to help you create a well-stocked pantry.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 470Paul Wheaton and Josiah Kobernik talk about the earth sheltered Berm shed. It is a roundwood timber-framed structure used as storage on Wheaton Labs.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Cattle GrazingLearn more with Grassfed Life Courses.Permaculture Voices Shared .
77: Because winter is hardMany people say winter is the time to take a break. The earth is taking a rest and it's what we should do, too.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Tips for Buying and Growing ln High TunnelsThis week we talk about high tunnels with Nicolas Donck who owns 28! He's not going for high tech, he goes for low tech, a minimum viable product.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Chickens, Ducks, Peacocks and Emus, HATCHING ALL KINDS of HOMESTEAD POULTRY featuring White House on the HillJake, Becky and their three boys make up White House on the Hill. YouTubers and homesteaders in NW Missouri that are interested in growing their own food, hatching and raising birds, and starting a farm from scratch.Homesteady Shared .
Ep 51 Resisting the Urge to PruneWill and Sarah respond to listener feedback about sharing bad news by sharing more bad news: the beehives are deadouts.Original Transplants Shared .
Small Space Vegetable Gardening Urban Gardening TipsSmall space vegetable gardening is doable and Kevin Espiritu from Epic Gardening shares how he grows a TON of food in a small urban environment and how these tips will help you grow more no matter how much or little space you have.Pioneering Today Shared .
SEp: 074 Gardening and Cooking with Kids to Encourage Healthy Eating with Leah Webb from Deep Rooted WellnessIncluding our Kids in our Gardening and Cooking allows us to teach them SO many important life skills, including encouraging healthy eating!Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast Shared .
5 Minutes On The Modern HomesteadWelcome To This Episode of 5 Minutes on The Modern Homestead, Where Every Tuesday and Thursday You Get A Bite-Size Portion Of The Modern Homesteading Podcast Between Full Episodes To Help Keep You Inspired and Motivated On Your Homesteading Journey.The Modern Homesteading Podcast Shared .
How to Improve Soil for GardeningNot blessed with great gardening soil? No worries, these 3 easy tips on how to improve soil for gardening will help you out, especially if you have clay, compacted, hard, or sandy soil.Pioneering Today Shared .
Using The Winter for Planning Your Farm SeasonDarby discusses how to take advantage of the winter break to plan out your farm season so you can hit the ground running in the spring.Permaculture Voices Shared .
The Gold Shaw Farm 2020 Farm PlanSo I've been thinking about our farm plan for 2020 and I'm finally ready to share some of it.The Gold Shaw Farm Podcast Shared .
CBD Hemp for Small FarmsThe what, the why, the how, and the economics of raising hemp on a small scale farm?Permaculture Voices Shared .
Our Big Homestead Plans For 2020Join myself and a special guest for a live discussion on planning a great year on the homestead!Homesteady Shared .
76: Starting Over on the Homesteadfinances - natural / personal disaster - a move - illness - major change or problem on your property - the stage of life you're in - your current set up isn't working - because you simply need a break I bring this up because sometimes you have to make a hard decision.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Making The Homesteading Dream Happen With Guest Anna SakawskyOn this podcast episode, I chat with Anna Sakawsky from.. We Discuss:. Get access to the complete Archive of Episodes as well as Bonus Episodes and a free PDF Copy of My Book by becoming a Patron at.The Modern Homesteading Podcast Shared .
Herbal Medicinal Tea Guide How to Make and Blend Your OwnUsing herbs medicinally isn't something I was raised with, but over the years, I turn to my natural medicine cabinet first but one needs to understand how to brew a medicinal cup of tea differently than just a regular cup of tea.Pioneering Today Shared .
Best Location for a Vegetable GardenPicking the best location for a vegetable garden, herbs, or fruit trees depends on your growing climate and land.Pioneering Today Shared .
Thoughts on Differents Cattle Breed CrossesDarby answers a question about which chicken tractor design is the best? Learn more with Grassfed Life Courses.Permaculture Voices Shared .
What Should a Market Farmer's Fair Annual Income Be?How much should you be making as an owner / operator of a small scale farm?Permaculture Voices Shared .
How to make homemade baconIf you're like me, you know that bacon is the stuff that dreams are made of.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Podcast 469Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker do a book review of the 12th and final chapter of Gaia's Garden by Toby Hemenway.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Breeding Chickens Naturally: Selective Breeding for Eggs and Chicks for a Homestead IncomeBreeding chickens naturally using selective breeding for eggs and chicks, either to build up your own flock or to create a homestead income from your chickens.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 468Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker do a book review of the 12th and final chapter of Gaia's Garden by Toby Hemenway.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Easy Crop Rotation in the Garden Based on Plant FamiliesCrop rotation is one of the easiest ways to make a big difference in your garden's health and decreasing disease, but people often get confused on how to implement it.Pioneering Today Shared .
Ian Boswell: Cycling, Moving to the Country and Planning Your FutureIan Boswell is a professional cyclist and former Tour de France competitor. He's also my neighbors here in Peacham, VT.The Gold Shaw Farm Podcast Shared .
Can You Make a Living on a Small Farm?What does running a small farm really look like from a business perspective? How much money can you make, how much work is it, and what does your lifestyle look like?Permaculture Voices Shared .
How did we Downsize? Living Minimal HomesteadToday we talk about how we got rid of our stuff before we moved to homestead.Sow The Land Shared .
Podcast 467Paul Wheaton and Alan Booker do a book review of the 12th and final chapter of Gaia's Garden by Toby Hemenway.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
74: Use less stuffIn the past, things were more expensive and less readily available because giant corporations weren't the ones producing the things.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
Start Homesteading TodayI will be starting this course on Monday Jan 13, at 5 P.M. Eastern Time.Homesteady Shared .
Homestead and Podcast UpdatesExplanation of what happened to the podcast last year and the restart.The Modern Homesteading Podcast Shared .
No Till Gardening benefit's and Getting Started + Growing Tomatoes in ContainersLearn how to get started with no till gardening with Jo Lamp'l. Why you should consider no till gardening methods for healthier soil, including less weeds, and easy tips to transition existing beds to this method.Pioneering Today Shared .
Podcast 466Paul, Jennifer, and Ron finish their discussion about WWOOF. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on this thread at Permies.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
How to Plan Your Homestead Year with Budget and Time RestrictionsI share how we plan our homestead year based on what we need to produce from the homestead and how that works into the calendar year.Pioneering Today Shared .
FiefdomsDarby will share his thoughts on what worked, what didn't and what he wished he did better.Permaculture Voices Shared .
Homesteading Together as a FamilyTrisha, her husband, and four children live together on a homestead in Idaho. They raise their own food and they work together to manage their property.The Gold Shaw Farm Podcast Shared .
Podcast 465Paul, Jennifer, and Ron continue their discussion about WWOOF. Josiah is out on holiday. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on this thread at Permies.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
What Exactly is "No-Till"?.Is no-till farming actually worth it? Is the amount of compost required worth the investment, and do the results actually stack up in comparison to tilling?Permaculture Voices Shared .
Podcast 464Mike Haasl and Paul Wheaton talk about PEP and SKIP programs, focusing on Foraging. Part 2 of 2.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
How Many Fruit and Berry Plants Per Person Do You Need for a Year's Worth of FoodI break down how many fruit and berry plants we have per person, how to choose which options are best for you based on your climate and space, and average yield amounts.Pioneering Today Shared .
List of Heirloom Varieties to Grow in the Garden This YearThese are my tried and true must-have every year. I also share how much of each variety I plant to take us through an entire year.Pioneering Today Shared .
Which Chicken Tractor Should I Use?Darby answers a question about which chicken tractor design is the best? Learn more with Grassfed Life Courses.Permaculture Voices Shared .
How We Ended Up with a Farm Dog at Gold Shaw FarmIt's a new year and that means it's storytime! Let me tell you about the year-long saga that ultimately led to us getting a livestock guardian dog on our farm.The Gold Shaw Farm Podcast Shared .
Podcast 463Mike Haasl and Paul Wheaton talk about PEP and SKIP programs, focusing on Foraging. Part 1 of 2.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
73: Homemade Chicken BrothKnow how your grandma doesn't measure when she cooks? The great thing about making homemade chicken broth is that I don't really need to measure.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .
NEAR BANKRUPTCY to OWNING 4 FARMSGreg and Jan Judy of Clark, Missouri run a grazing operation on 1620 acres of leased and owned land.Homesteady Shared .
Podcast 462Paul, Josiah, Jennifer, and Ron talk about being a WWOOF Host. Part 3 of 3.Homesteading and Permaculture Shared .
Where I Buy Heirloom Seeds and Why You Should Use Heirloom Seeds TooI also break down the difference in heirloom, hybrid and what GMO means for backyard gardeners as I still see a lot of WRONG info on what GMO seeds actually are.Pioneering Today Shared .
Seed Packet InformationLearn how to read seed packet information to help you pick the best varieties for your garden.Pioneering Today Shared .
72: Homestead Goal SettingThese stages of homestead goal setting will work if you're brand new to homesteading or have a new property, but will be a little different and more specific if you've been at it for awhile.A Farmish Kind of Life Shared .