Where to Start Homesteading
Establishing a Path for Homesteading Success
START YOUR HOMESTEADING JOURNEY OFF ON THE RIGHT FOOT!
- Pinpoint your “why” and why homestead planning is so important to your homesteading journey.
- Step-by-step instructions for setting your three most important homesteading goals.
- BONUS: Homestead Management Binder to help you stay on track and meet homesteading goals easily.
This course will enable you to decide what is most important to you and your family on your homesteading journey. Whether you are just beginning, or just want to learn about setting, keeping, and meeting your homesteading goals, this course is for you!
WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING ABOUT HOMESTEAD PLANNING 101:
We’ve had over 1000 students enrolled in this course, with the course receiving 4.67 start out of 5! Wow!
Great information on getting started. Just what I needed to organize and game plan without becoming overwhelmed. Thank you.
ANGELA SHEPARD, Student
I loved the assignments for this course! They really got me thinking about the goals for my property and what I want to accomplish.
SHELLE WELLS, Student
Motivational.. Simple but good.
AVISHITOLE SISODIA, Student
The course covered the basics and did give me good ideas on where and how to start with my homesteading goals. Planning is the key to not becoming overwhelmed.
CAROLEANNE MANN, Student
It is a very useful and well structured to start a Homestead programme. The best part is Homestead Management Binder, which gives you a well drafted plan and keeps you away from the Net – which is essential to roll back the thought process to a lower speed mode!!. Also learnt that better to have all the information pre-downloaded and printed for new skills and road maps. Really enjoyed and thanks very much.
SRINIVAS KOTIPALLI, Student
Kristi has been writing about homesteading since 2010, and specializes in teaching gardening, food preservation, crafting, and homestead planning and organization at the beginner level. She and her family live in Sunny Southern California on a one acre hobby farm where they work diligently to raise their own dairy, eggs, and produce.