We make homesteading accessible
What comes to mind when you think of homesteading?”Is it rolling acres, blue skies and prairie dresses? Re-think it with us.
The term “homesteading” comes from an act of Congress in the 1800s that provided land in the west to settlers who agreed to live on it and farm it. People dreaming of self-reliance and independence from institutions took up this lifestyle.
We resurrect and reclaim practices from these first homesteaders—like sewing, gardening, and cooking, in the reorientation of our lifestyles to consume less and to create more. Yet, we distinguish ourselves from historic homesteaders and call ourselves “modern” in a few key distinctives:
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With unique backgrounds and expertise with organic agriculture, Evelyn and Hannah are finding innovative ways to bring their homesteading experience to their current lives in the cites.