Nick Sheets from the Ohio-based Henmick Farm & Brewery tells us about the importance of keeping things local and community-focused.
Mike Mitchell and Sandra Solano-Mitchell from the Oregon-based Willamette Valley Lavender tell us about the benefits of living with lavender.
Maggie Roque from the 15-acre, Ontario-based McLaughlin Homestead tells us how slowing things down has proved to be a bountiful decision.
Jenny Angius from the Reno-based nonprofit organization Urban Roots Teaching Farm tells us about learning lessons through gardening.
Jonah Curtis tells us how a childhood spent exploring the outdoors has led to a fulfilling homesteading life that includes foraging treasures like Pheasant Back mushrooms.
Marisa Mender-Franklin, owner of Memphis micro-flower farm Midtown Bramble & Bloom, tells us how flowers help to build community.
Stephanie Cutmore from the Western Australia-based Indara Farms tells us how early permaculture planning sessions really paid off for the cut-flower operation.
Isaiah Powell from DragonSpunk, a San Francisco organization, tells us why local green spaces are so necessary and soil is the new oil.