Homesteading in the Ozarks
Editorial Comment… More and more people are exploring self-sufficient living and the traditions of homesteading. The increased interest of people across America in rural living is truly exciting. Farms and ranches, small and large. Home gardens. Home schooling. Multi-generational family homes, and the gift of time with one another. Living off the grid, or on it. Stewardship of the land on which we live, and the resources made possible by it. All of this suggests an important turn in the cultural road of our great country. Celebrate life. Learn more.
Posted at The Epoch Times: “Homesteading Is Gaining Popularity: A Practice That Is Deeply Rooted in the Missouri Ozarks” By Jessica Marie Baumgartner
“After last year’s lockdowns and food shortages, a trend to be more self-sufficient has grown. Throughout the country, more and more people are moving away from cities to start homesteading.”
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