casey lem wrote:Two I watch that I didn't see listed:
Work With Nature
Here are the top 10 homesteading videos for 2017, they were nominated by our viewers and picked by us. Our goal is to expose and reward good quality homestead content on YouTube.
Art & Homesteading: https://goo.gl/BppSiz
Blake Kirby: https://goo.gl/Zh3JMZ
Living Traditions Homestead: https://goo.gl/BcTWrL
Rain Country: https://goo.gl/z2Gd8i
Weed ‘em & Reap: https://goo.gl/bWSvqq
TOP 10 VIDEOS:
10 | Life in Farmland | Welcome To Life In Farmland: https://youtu.be/PfDLp22sYf4
9 | Lumnah Acres | Modern Homesteading = Growing Money: https://youtu.be/gM8DvhLhNQ0
8 | Art & Bri | Why Millennials Are Ditching Pop-Culture For this Lifestyle: https://youtu.be/VFL4E2ZuXcc
7 | Grass-fed Homestead | Riding on a Yak: https://youtu.be/XRE3JUqfydk
6 | Guildbrook Farm | Goes Off Grid: https://youtu.be/tZvqsSvYIDc
5 | Homesteady | How You Can Live Your Homestead Dream: https://youtu.be/BcfQ4hKt_Gg
4 | Sow the Land | Life After Cancer: https://youtu.be/TLh-mxLNUhc
3 | Justin Rhodes | Going Back to Eden: https://youtu.be/fM2DMv0Arlc
2 | OFF GRID with DOUG & STACY | Homesteading is a Movement: https://youtu.be/5ZQnN4l3pBA
1 | Cog Hill Farm | I Can: https://youtu.be/rQYRGqaU5ng
My brother told me about these folks and I have been enjoying watching them build all sorts of earth bag homes. They seem to use a lot of paints and chemicals, so not really all in for permies, but their building techniques are pretty neat.
Lots of useful information here:
Martha June wrote:I'm looking for step-by-step type instructions for bee keeping and although I've found some channels about bees and learned quite a bit, there's not one that stands out for me for a beginner.