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Homesteady - Stories of homesteading farming hunting and fishing

By Austin Martin, Squash Hollow Farm

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Have you ever dreamt of starting a farm or homesteading? Do you love foraging for wild edibles? Is your perfect afternoon spent drifting downriver, fishing for that nights dinner? Or do love to spend a crisp fall morning hunting for wild game to share with your family? Or perhaps you spend all your free time digging in your garden, collecting herbs, vegetables, and fruits to enjoy. Homesteady is a show that focuses on living a more sustainable life. We talk about all the ways a modern Homsteader can put food on the table, from the fields, streams, gardens and woodlands. Our roads may be rocky, but with the right skills and knowledge we can make Homesteady.

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Homesteady Pilot

As any competent TV watcher will tell you, one should never judge a series by its pilot; I listened to episode 1 of Homesteady armed with this lesson. And sure, there are ways I can see the program growing over time -- kinks to be worked out, aspects to be enhanced or trimmed --- but as a pilot, Homesteady's container garden episode was surprisingly enjoyable! Austin is passionate about what he has grown to love and as a relative newcomer to the world of sustainable living he makes the topic accessible to even the staunchest of urbanites. I didn't walk away from the podcast feeling like I should make a career change and start a tomato farm -- but, it did ignite the itch to get my basil into a bigger container so that it stops dying and perhaps finally get my window herb garden growing.

I look forward to Homesteady taking on the bigger, more intriguing aspects of rural life -- and I hope it continues to feel just as accessible.

Useful, Relatable, Fun

Aust's optimism, humbleness, and honesty, combined with a gift for storytelling make Homesteady a true gem of a podcast. As someone meandering into the homesteading world season by season, hearing his successes, failures, and motivations is truly inspiring. Combined with accountant Mike (to do the math) and cameos from his wife Kendra, Homesteady weaves together practical information with a lush soundtrack. (It's obvious Aust is a person with a music background). The cast of characters make you feel like you too could be sitting around a basket of beans shucking the shells and shooting the breeze right along with them at the end of a long day on the farm. Never condescending or preachy, Homesteady educates and encourages you to make your own life more sustainable with each episode.


Although I am interested in the topics covered by this podcast, I would probably listen even if I wasn't. It is an entertaining, informative and well-produced podcast.

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