Homesteading is steadily gaining popularity worldwide as more people seek ways to simplify their lives, reduce consumption and become more self-sufficient.
The traditional homesteading definition is outdated and may lead you to believe you need to move to a farm in the country to become a homesteader, but this is not the case. Urban homesteading in your backyard is a great way to get started.
Learn how to grow fruits, vegetables, grains, beans, culinary herbs and spices, medicinal herbs, nuts, and seeds and how to graft and prune your vegetation. Discover how to plan and layout your garden, compost biodynamic soil, make organic pest control and learn irrigation techniques. Raise chickens, quail, and goats, and learn fencing and feeding tips. Discover the method of collecting eggs and milking your goats. Discover the benefits of beekeeping, harvesting building hives, collecting honey, and food preserving techniques such as canning, freezing, fermenting, pickling, cheese-making, air drying, etc.
Quail may not be the first fowl you think of when choosing birds for your homestead, but quails produce tasty, delicate meat and eggs and are very quiet birds that will not attract any attention as goats and chickens can.
Raising this tiny poultry can stoke a lifelong passion for homesteaders looking to raise unconventional backyard fowl. This course will educate you on all you need to know about urban backyard homesteading.
Textbooks and Class Materials are included in this purchase.