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Permaculture Velocity | Homesteading Skills You Can Use

Author: Soirée-Leone: Gardening & Composting, Canning & Fermenting, Chickens & Duc

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Edible gardens. Chickens, geese, and ducks. Goats. Fruit trees. Fermented food. Pantry, root cellar, and freezer not grocery store. Slow food. Build it and fix it yourself. Connected communities. Permaculture by design transforms what was barren to productive.
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Of all the chicken breeds, which are good choices for a backyard flock? Show Notes: PermacultureVelocity.com
So many seeds, so many misunderstandings! Show Notes: PermacultureVelocity.com
Some products require special equipment, fancy ingredients, and so forth. These simple products are easy and economical. Each can easily be made as fancy as you like! Show Notes: PermacultureVelocity.com
Getting ready to preserve the summer's bountiful harvest means having the equipment on hand. What's the best pressure canner to get the job done? Show Notes: PermacultureVelocity.com
Unlike a food processor or a blender, a grain mill is essential if you are going to grind grains. But, with so many choices, how to select the right one for the homestead? Show Notes: PermacultureVelocity.com
What's not to love? Perennial. Easy. Relatively low cost. Beautiful. Fresh fruit. Adding fruit trees to the backyard garden can quickly had a bounty of terrific food. Show Notes: PermacultureVelocity.com  
New Years greetings come and go, resolutions are made, but another year seems to slip by! It's so easy to be distracted from our path. One day slips by, then another, then another.  How can you alter this course? Show Notes: PermacultureVelocity.com
Right up there with "so what do you do when the chickens stop laying?" is "what to do when a chicken dies?" No one is really signing up to get the gory details yet at some level we all know that chickens die...even our most favorite pet chicken. But what can we learn? Show Notes: PermacultureVelocity.com  
Toxins suck! They make us, the soil, the air, the water, and the animals sick. So many of them are simply not needed for the job we are buying them for, yet, there they are! How can we step-by-step make our homesteads less toxic and maybe the world too? Show Notes: PermacultureVelocity.com
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What is the gift economy and how can it impact the homestead? Show Notes: PermacultureVelocity.com
Don't freak out! Here are some tips for stress-free holiday meals! Show Notes: PermacultureVelocity.com
It's easy to get sucked into the fancy packaging, promises of cleanliness not possible any other way, and germs killed on contact. But, how much do we really know and understand about the products that we are bringing into our homes? How can we make changes to kick toxic products to the curb? Plus, how to stick to your guns with homemade cleaners. Show notes: PermacultureVelocity.com
Prevention, prevention, prevention. Let's get into some details to avoid problems with illness and disorder down the road. Show Notes: PermacultureVelocity.com
Botulism is not something to take lightly and if you are new to home canning it can be a scary thing.  Learn about what went wrong in home canning that made people sick. Show Notes: PermacultureVelocity.com
Of all the cool season vegetables, which are the best to get started in the garden for the cool season? Selected for ease and productivity plus some surprises. Show Notes: PermacultureVelocity.com
How can you manage a chicken run without nuisance smells, flies, and tons of work? This simple and easy approach to managing the litter in a chicken run is healthier for the flock while being less work for the chicken keeper. Show Notes: PermacultureVelocity.com
Many people who live in the city are not prepared for brief interruptions in services such as water, gas, and electricity. Living the in the city with stores packed with goods for sale gives rise to a false feeling of security that everything will always be available. Learn about basic preparedness. Show Notes: PermacultureVelocity.com
There are plenty of lists of money saving tips. But, how do we reshape our thinking about buying, harvesting, preparing, eating, and storing food? Learn a few ways to rethink buying, harvesting, preparing, and storing food. Plus, why we all should be sauce bosses! Show Notes: PermacultureVelocity.com
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Comments (1)

Anndréa Coburn

"which, to me, is just rude." haha preach lady 🙌😅 I feel the exact same way!

Jun 7th
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