Welcome to part two of our discussion about the Pagan environmentalism statement. In this episode we wrap up the statement by discussing the last section and discussing some ways that we try to make a difference in our every day lives. If you haven't had a chance to read it yet, you can find it at www.ecopagan.com.
Also, if you'd like to contribute to our fundraising campaign to get a pump for our well please visit: gofund.me/x5wmg2tw
Today's selection for my Etsy pick of the week is Nitty Gritty Threads. She does fabulous embroidery work and takes custom orders. Looking for a unique gift or something special for your coven? Head on over to her site on Etsy and I'm sure you'll find something you love.
This turned into a much longer episode than normal...3 hours! Much of which I think we spent rambling but hopefully is entertaining. Since it went so long we thought it would be best to break the show into two parts to make it a little more digestible. So, in this episode we fill you in on some things that have been happening around both homesteads and then we get into the heart of the show. Today's main topic is about the Pagan environmental statement that was released on Earth Day of this year. If you haven't seen it yet you can find it at:
We discuss each section sharing our thoughts, likes, and dislikes. If you have already read the statement then I encourage you to dive in. However, if you haven't read it yet, you might want to look it over and see what you think before you listen to us give our point of view. Enjoy and I'll see you soon for part two!
P.S. I also mentioned at the end of the show that I have started a Go Fund Me campaign to raise money for a pump for our well. If you would like to check out the site and make a donation please visit me here:
Today my co-host Karin Copperwood from the Tiny House Homestead joins me again as we discuss a new law that was passed in Oklahoma allowing teachers to carry a gun in school. We also ramble on about why you may want to own a firearm in the country and at some point we expound on the virtues of Pinterest. So join us as we explore yet another facet of life in the country.
Warning: We will be discussing some Pro Second Amendment views so you may not agree with much that is said in this particular show.
Have you seen the stories floating around the internet about the Naugler family in Kentucky? This is the family that has 10 children that were recently taken by Child Protective Services. Many people have been jumping to their defense stating that this is an over reach of government and that they are only being targeted because they homestead and homeschool. Really? Is that all there is to it? Come join me and my guest Karin Copperwood from the Tiny House Homestead as we look at this situation more closely.
If you are not familiar with this case please check out the following articles:
In this episode I will discuss some of the changes we have considered making to our future plans since my husband had his heart attack. We will talk about what you can do if you, or someone you know is disabled so that you can still enjoy some of the aspects of a homesteading lifestyle. Below are some links to websites where you can find garden tools designed for those who need special equipment.
The last few weeks have been a little crazy so this is just a quick update as to what has been going on. Enjoy!
Do you want to homestead but don't think you can because you live in the middle of the city or an apartment? Well today we will discuss some things you can do to start homesteading today and take those first steps toward homesteading independence.
Today's show is extra long but hopefully extra fun! Today Karin Copperwood from the Tiny House Homestead is in studio with me as a special guest. We tend to ramble but hang in there with us. Karin shares some of the things she has accomplished so far on her homestead as well as plans she has for the next year. So get something hot to drink as we chit chat about what's going on in our little homesteading world.
Have you been thinking about jumping into the wonderful world of chicken keeping? Keeping chickens can be a lot of fun not to mention the added benefit of getting fresh eggs. Often people fall in love with the idea of keeping chickens from the ideal photos of adorable chicken coops and fat, happy chickens. This is of course a very picturesque presentation of keeping chickens. Today we will discuss the ups and downs of keeping chickens and present you with a realistic picture of keeping our little feathered friends.
Even though we are entering the depths of winter, spring will be here before we know it. Now is the time to start making plans for your spring garden. A key part of any garden is a greenhouse. Today we will take a look at the different types of greenhouses and how you can add this important piece of equipment to your garden.