Homesteaders wanting to live in a community in Colorado have been forced to leave the land they purchased…
The pioneers had no other choices. They had to do chores and tasks to live another day.
Between these two extremes, there are some realities that most Homesteaders would agree upon that they might share with those star-struck to get into Homesteading.
Old time Homesteaders had to become more self-sufficient and relied on themselves and their neighbors for most of their livelihood.
Here is a story about a couple of Homesteaders who live on their 20-acre Homestead, almost self-sufficient.
A place in Colorado has become a magnet for people who want to live off grid and to live a more self-reliant lifestyle, but now officials are attempting to ban people from camping on their own land.
Are you alone on your Homestead? I mean do you have a person or two, or better yet, a group of like-minded people who can help you and you help them? I know you’re smart and talented but you can’t do everything. You would do better to have a resource group – people that have…
On this farm they grow a few crops and they raise livestock animals. Besides feeding themselves from their farm they sell their products at the local Farmer’s Market.
The early homesteaders were adventurers, people who took a chance on a new way of life. They traveled across unknown territories and moved into the unsettled wilderness. The didn’t go to live ‘sustainably‘ or to make everything themselves – they went because the promise of making a life for themselves
Build a village of Homesteaders. Will it work? By nature, Homesteaders are individualists, no? Sure they cooperate with each other but put them together in a village and you’re asking for trouble.
Two families leave the city and build Homesteads in the American Ozarks. They reinvented their lives. Two things they look to do differently are the Homestead products milk and honey…