You don’t have to own land or farm to begin homesteading. Even small tasks like getting bees or adding a livestock animal to the homestead can teach you valuable skills and increase your self-sufficiency.
Homesteaders also preserve the food they grow and acquire skills like canning and pickling. This is a great way to eat healthier and save money.
A few miles down U.S. 60 east of Seymour, there lies nestled in the hills of Cedar Gap Hollow a small but burgeoning community. They are homesteaders and part of a growing movement in the United States and worldwide.