Join Harold Thornbro and Rachel Jamison as they talk about all things homesteading! They discuss things like gardening, livestock, permaculture, food preservation, foraging, hunting, fishing, and the know-how and skills that will help you in your homesteading journey, and occasionally they have guests and we get to hear about what others are doing on their homesteads.
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Faith, Family, and Farming with Guests Brad and Starla Walker
On this episode of the Modern Homesteading Podcast, Harold talks with Brad and Starla Walker about their journey into homesteading, healthy eating, large families and a multigenerational perspective, the role their faith plays in homesteading, and their elderberry business.
The Modern Homesteading Podcast, Episode 229 – November 29, 2023
Find the show notes and the links mentioned at https://redemptionpermaculture.com/faith-family-and-farming-with-guests-brad-and-starla-walker/
Overcoming The Biggest Hurdles To Growing Food With Guest Marjory Wildcraft
On this episode of the Modern Homesteading Podcast, Harold talks with Marjory Wildcraft about preparedness, food security, and overcoming the biggest hurdles to growing your own food.
The Modern Homesteading Podcast, Episode 228 – November 15, 2023
Find the show notes and links mentioned at https://redemptionpermaculture.com/overcoming-the-biggest-hurdles-to-growing-food-with-guest-marjory-wildcraft/
Food Security, Healthy Eating, and Homesteading Community with Guest Sophia Eng
On this episode of the Modern Homesteading Podcast, Harold talks with Sophia Nguyen Eng about her family’s journey into homesteading, including leaving Silicon Valley to move to the Appalachian Mountains, going back to their roots in food and farming, and growing and cooking nutrient-dense foods using Asian techniques.
The Modern Homesteading Podcast, Episode 227 – November 8, 2023
Full Show Notes and Links Mentioned Can Be Found At: https://redemptionpermaculture.com/food-security-healthy-eating-and-homesteading-community-with-guest-sophia-eng/
Small Scale Seed and Nut Oil Production with Guest Bevin Cohen
On this podcast episode, Harold talks with Bevin Cohen about homestead-level seed and nut oil production, how it's done, and the many beneficial uses of the oil and the byproducts of the process.
The Modern Homesteading Podcast, Episode 226 – November 1, 2023
Find the shownotes and links mentioned at https://redemptionpermaculture.com/small-scale-seed-and-nut-oil-production-with-guest-bevin-cohen/
Goats, Fencing, Soap, and More with Guests Dave & Amanda Allen
On this podcast episode, join Rachel as she interviews Dave & Amanda Allen, who have a small 7-acre homestead in Indiana. Their homestead has been a work in progress since they moved there. Listen and learn about goats, fencing, soap, and more.
The Modern Homesteading Podcast, Episode 225 – October 25, 2023
Find the shownotes and links mentioned go to https://redemptionpermaculture.com/goats-fencing-soap-and-more-with-guests-dave-amanda-allen/
Apple Harvesting, Processing, and Preserving
On today’s podcast episode, Harold and Rachel talk about the apple harvest and all the ways they are processing and preserving the harvest.
The Modern Homesteading Podcast, Episode 224 – October 18, 2023
Find the shownotes and links mentioned at https://redemptionpermaculture.com/apple-harvesting-processing-and-preserving/
Good Information; Hard to Listen to Due to Interruptions
I enjoy hearing about what Harold and Rachel have to bring to the podcast. However, I often have to stop listening due to the cadence of their interaction. Harold interrupts Rachel so much, that I just have to stop the podcast.
Information pact and entertaining
Great to listen to. Makes my workdays fly by.
Great Content; Better Co-hosting Needed
Content is among the best among homesteading podcasts. Ways to do better: (1) Harold interrupting or talking over Rachel less (though not intentional); (2) less banter. Farmers are busy folks. Try to get to the point and be less repetitive. I usually fast forward the first 15 mins or so to get to the purpose of the episode. Thanks Harold and Rachel for educating us!