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Does anyone have suggestions for high content quality podcasts about homesteading? I currently listen to Paul's podcast (though he's not doing much now with the lab project going on) and The Survival Podcast (though Jack gets into talking about silver a bit more than I'm interested in). I've tried a couple other homesteading podcasts, but haven't found anything of the quality of Paul or Jack's work. Does anyone else have suggestions? I've also enjoyed Jason Akers' The Self-Sufficient Gardener, but he hasn't been updating podcasts lately as he's been working on some new books.

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Hi Stephen,
I dont have any immediate suggestions for your request, unfortunately. But I am curious to understand a bit more what exactly you are looking for in terms of information about homesteading? Homesteading means different things to different people, and I know it is the term that I identify with most strongly. I am a permaculture biodynamic farmer too, but really, I consider myself a homesteader. I have thought about starting a podcast on modern homesteading, but really have wondered just what information people would be interested in. Hence my question, what kinds of stuff are you looking to hear about?
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The podcast trend seems to be tailing off. I do something a little different. I use an app called feedly and use it to keep up on many homestead blogs. It organizes them all into one place. Doesn't help when you're in the car though!
 
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Well, this http://www.thepermaculturepodcast.com/ is more about permaculture than homesteading but it's an excellent podcast (and the recent interview with Dave Jacke is just priceless
 
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