Join us on our journey for a more sustainable life.

Why should you start an urban homestead?

Living a more sustainable life can have a number of benefits, both for the individual and for the planet. 

Some reasons why one might choose to live sustainably include reducing their impact on the environment, improving their personal health, saving money on monthly expenses, fostering social connections and a sense of community, finding personal fulfillment, and preserving the planet for future generations.

Sustainability practices, such as reducing energy consumption, using eco-friendly products, reducing waste, eating a plant-based diet, and growing your own produce, can all contribute to a more sustainable lifestyle. Overall, living sustainably can help create a more environmentally and socially responsible future for all.

A homestead can mean different things to different people

For me, homesteading means connecting with nature. Growing food, working with animals, restoring the life to the soil, and restoring my peace and spiritual connections.

It looks different for each person, but I hope to bring some tactics to help you succeed in accomplishing your goals.

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Urban homesteading is popular because to live a more sustainable lifestyle and have more control over the food they eat.

Urban homesteading allows people to grow their own fruits and vegetables, raise chickens, and even have bees on a small scale, in an urban environment. Additionally, it can also be a way for people to connect with their community and support local food systems, and also save money on groceries.

Each individual may have their own reason for our urban homestead. However, we are all just trying to make the best use of what we have and enjoying the fruits of our self-sustaining labor.