Bringing Rural Back Podcast Episode #2 Why Choose the Homestead Life?


Hello everyone and welcome to Episode 2 of the Bringing Rural Back Podcast. I cannot tell you how excited I am to be able to have the time and energy to launch this new adventure. At this time the podcasts are not available on iTunes, but I will be working on that in the next couple of weeks.

Show Notes

We talk about two different “Back to the Land” movements in history and we compare these movements to what I believe is a cultural shift that we are seeing now.

We also talk about health and stability concerns with our current food system and how living a homestead lifestyle grants people more freedom from a consumer based system that is seen by an increasing number of people as completely unsustainable and a beast that devours most that serves it.

This is our first full length podcast so give us about a half hour, enjoy a glass of tea or just roll the window down a bit and feel the fresh air and spend a little time with us.

We would love to have you leave us a comment and tell us what you think or even give us a suggestion on things you think we should cover. We look forward to spending more time with you.


Step by Step We are Bringing Rural Back

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