Tune into the Living off the Land Interview Series I’m part of! Learn to Source Your Own Food!

Hey Friends!

Do you have a desire to be more self-sufficient and live off the land? Such as, growing your own fruit and vegetable gardens, raising animals, fishing, hunting, or foraging for your own food? Many of us feel a desire to live this way, but we may feel we don’t have the time, money, knowledge, or live in the wrong area, or maybe you’re just intimidated?

Good news: with the right tools, information, and advice, you can learn to lean into the lifestyle of sourcing your own food no matter where you live!

My friend Nichole Teering, Health and Lifestyle Coach, has compiled a complimentary interview series with 20 different experts to show you how. It’s called Living off the Land, and it brings together a variety of experts to discuss topics to help you learn how to live more self-sufficiently —without needing to move. This interview series includes ME, Stephanie Thurow, and I’ll be talking about canning and fermenting!

My portion of the interview will be available November 14th.

Listen to the interview series here, at no cost: Living off the Land

Specifically, you’ll learn about:

  • Safely foraging for local edibles
  • Raising your own animals
  • Hunting
  • Fishing
  • Preserving food
  • Growing gardens of all kinds!

I hope you’ll tune in and be inspired by one of the guest speakers!

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Shirley Bader
    Nov 14, 2018 @ 14:14:55

    Truly enjoyed your presentation. I have canned all my adult life but never knew enlightening other than sauerkraut. Sure would like to try. Thanks for your presentation on living off the land.

    Reply

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