Homesteading is a way of life that involves living off the land. This can be done in urban, suburban or rural settings.
If you’re looking to become more self-sufficient, homesteading is the perfect option for you! But there are a few things to keep in mind before you start your homestead journey.
MARSHALL – Madison County is increasingly gaining a reputation as a haven for residents interested in homesteading and DIY/off-grid lifestyles.
But giving away free trees might be a first for even the most seasoned homesteaders.
Rural Organizing and Resilience will host a tree giveaway, seed swap and seed saving workshop March 11 on Blannahassett Island’s outdoor stage.
Attendees at the rain-or-shine event are encouraged to bring their empty containers for swapping seeds. Attendees will choose from mulberry, persimmon, paw paw, black walnut, hazelnut and elderberry trees.
ROAR was formed in Madison County in 2017 in response to what the organization calls on its website “the need for a rural voice working for all who call these mountains home.”
the organization’s website.