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I just signed up an account for my blog/homestead at Instagram and found it's kind of difficult to find accounts that I'd want to follow. Came here looking but I'm surprised we don't have a thread here yet!

So - if you have an instagram account, post your link here so I can follow you!

Mine is @uncledutchfarms (www.instagram.com/uncledutchfarms), I have a whopping two photos posted but I will be taking photos of ongoing projects around here and general homesteady/permaculture related stuff.
 
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Nice! I've been almost meaning to start one these website photo sharing things but I can't be bothered to even learn to navigate a new webpage... I'd have to find where all the buttons are and stuff. Frustrating.

Looks like an awesome spot. Are you on the reservation out there or off? I'm not too familiar with that area out there over the mountains.
 
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Landon Sunrich wrote:Nice! I've been almost meaning to start one these website photo sharing things but I can't be bothered to even learn to navigate a new webpage... I'd have to find where all the buttons are and stuff. Frustrating.

Looks like an awesome spot. Are you on the reservation out there or off? I'm not too familiar with that area out there over the mountains.



Nope, got 20 acres all to myself up on the mountain, mostly timbered but was selectively logged a while back. I do live right by some family members who also have acreage, we bought a bigger piece together and split it up, so I guess I do have some company! Never have been to the rez out here though I bet it's gorgeous. If you ever get a chance, do come up this way, it's absolutely stunning. Not dry and boring like most of E WA.
 
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Nice idea
mine is @prairie_living
 
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Cool, thanks Bethany, I just might some day. Are you growing your own Hazelnuts? I have at various points in my life been totally addicted to nutela and am sort of wondering what the homemade stuff goes for. Priced in quarts.
 
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Landon, instagram is about the easiest app there is. You need to use a smartphone for it though. You can just take a photo and post it. Real simple. We got hazel trees. Let us know if you end up cracking the nutella code!

I just joined recently. Mostly so I can store the photos then add them later on to my blog. Convenient like that

I am @robertthereal (www.instagram.com/robertthereal)
 
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Bethany Dutch wrote:I just signed up an account for my blog/homestead at Instagram and found it's kind of difficult to find accounts that I'd want to follow. Came here looking but I'm surprised we don't have a thread here yet!

So - if you have an instagram account, post your link here so I can follow you!

Mine is @uncledutchfarms (www.instagram.com/uncledutchfarms), I have a whopping two photos posted but I will be taking photos of ongoing projects around here and general homesteady/permaculture related stuff.



Hey Bethany, i just added you to my account (SHOOFLY88). Feel free to follow me or dont. I use an early edition Ipod w/ a crappy camera and post mainly pictures of life in FR, but once we start moving toward our Farm Project I hope to upgrade a bit and use social media to highlight our progress. Great Idea and Thanks!
 
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wait, i didnt mean to make a smiley there (although its is cooool)... my username is: SHOOFLY88
 
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I had similar frustration trying to find pages to follow. Hashtag searches are hit or miss, but eventually, like all social media, instsgram's suggestions started getting pretty good. Probably once a day, i click on the magnifying glass icon and just look through suggestions and usually find something neat. I'm @murkofaeons
 
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Landon Sunrich wrote:Cool, thanks Bethany, I just might some day. Are you growing your own Hazelnuts? I have at various points in my life been totally addicted to nutela and am sort of wondering what the homemade stuff goes for. Priced in quarts.



No not yet, I am just getting started with my homestead (just putting my garden in this year, hazelnuts and other fruit/nut stuff will wait. I am however going to grow a lot of them! Homemade nutella is easy to make and wayyyy better than the commercial stuff. And that's why I'm going to grow a lot of them, they are my favorite nut besides macadamias
 
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I agree. I've had the worst time figuring out how to follow people. I fail at Instagram. I just followed you though.

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Danielle Diver wrote:

Bethany Dutch wrote:I just signed up an account for my blog/homestead at Instagram and found it's kind of difficult to find accounts that I'd want to follow. Came here looking but I'm surprised we don't have a thread here yet!

So - if you have an instagram account, post your link here so I can follow you!

Mine is @uncledutchfarms (www.instagram.com/uncledutchfarms), I have a whopping two photos posted but I will be taking photos of ongoing projects around here and general homesteady/permaculture related stuff.



Hey Bethany, i just added you to my account (SHOOFLY88). Feel free to follow me or dont. I use an early edition Ipod w/ a crappy camera and post mainly pictures of life in FR, but once we start moving toward our Farm Project I hope to upgrade a bit and use social media to highlight our progress. Great Idea and Thanks!



When are you starting your Farm project? I think Instagram is so great for homesteading, it's like eye candy bigtime.
 
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we are looking for land now and spend our days getting organized. we are building an organic, free range pork project but i've nosedived into permaculture studies in preparation for laying the foundations. So, to answer your question, its en course now, but it could take up to a year to get started , depending on how land searching goes.
i love instagram, esp as i can watch other farms on a regular basis. its better than television. for example i follow a pig farm in austrailia and its so fun to see their pics in backwards seasons. they were wearing shorts at chrismtas!
 
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For about a month I've been posting a photo every day or so, of my permaculture gardening and wildcrafting experiences in urban and rural landscapes. Some photos come with detailed instruction, some not. Basically plant porn...

River City Farms Instagram





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I'm @matumama

Lots of plant photos. #fieldsongfarm shores photos of my place from me and also from my husband and wwoofers

I love scrolling through #permaculture and #wwoof

I'm looking forward to seeing what you all are doing
 
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Paul has a not much used account: @_paulwheaton  https://www.instagram.com/_paulwheaton

And this one is used even less:  @wheaton_labs  https://www.instagram.com/wheaton_labs

Mine is used a little more than both of those, though still rarely:  @joce_campbell  https://www.instagram.com/joce_campbell

(Apparently underscores helped us get the names we wanted in all 3 - haha!)
 
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@girlwalkswithgoats

Mostly sheep and fiber shenanigans. Should soon be more about the regenerative and permaculture techniques I'm implementing soon.
 
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Mine is mostly about my artworks, but sometimes permaculture ideas sneak in: https://www.instagram.com/eerschay/
 
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