Homesteading


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Homesteading

The process of acquiring land by occupying and using it; may be done through the Homestead Act or without official sanction.
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Homesteading and homeschooling have given us so many stories to tell and remind one another about around the Sunday dinner table.
In addition, anyone interested in sharing their skills and knowledge with others can be listed in the new Speaker Finder, also found on our Homesteading Month website.
Consider the many ways neighbors can teach neighbors: open houses, workshops, demonstrations or even weekend Homesteading Education fairs.
If you're not one of those homesteading solo, there's a good chance on your homestead there are specific skill sets and responsibilities not equally practiced by all the participants.
In past generations, homesteading was about survival.
The upside of creating community is that we can benefit by having others to share the ups and downs of homesteading. The downside is that we will have to deal with other people as we share the ups and downs of homesteading.
In the spirit of late 19th century and early 20th century American homesteading, many modern homesteaders yearn for land.
The Homesteading Act of 1862 went through many modifications before it was repealed in 1977.
COUNTRYSIDE: Some 20 years ago, my wife said to me, "Look, here is a homesteading magazine, with a new wrinkle in every issue.
What a surprise to read in the Jan/Feb issue all the emphasis on "modern homesteading!"
Homesteading often calls for doing things we've never done before, and perhaps know nothing about.
Few homesteading plans come to fruition without water.