Hello fellow homesteaders!
I have not made a formal introduction on this site yet
but I am a new homesteader in Missouri as of this year. I grew up on a homestead in Illinois so I am not completely new to the life but lived the professional consultant life of traveling abroad for nearly twenty years. Anyway, I am finally where I want to be. We, my wife and myself, plan on starting a community online magazine promoting the local community here in the Ozarks. That will not be published until January-ish of 2017. Currently, I am working with a land office providing owner financed land; they are great people. I work there as a web developer consultant to help them sell their product: land.
I have professional interests at Permies.com but mostly I have personal attachments and believe in the permaculture principles and practices and hope to promote permaculture in this region through the outpost of the Homestead Crossing, Inc's website. That's the company i am working for at the time being. So how do you come in? I would like to get Homestead Crossing more exposure to the homesteading culture / permaculture movement. They have currently several clients that are homesteaders as well. Its kinda their business. I have the idea of building healthy relationships with you, homesteaders, that can help immerse this company into the arena of promoting permaculture in this region by helping them achieve their goals and objectives while at the same time helping us, permaculturalists, achieve our goals and objectives by educating people about permaculture.
So i am looking for you guys that have websites, blogs, youtube videos, or facebook groups, and etcetera to be a part of this idea. How? Anyone that would like to have free promotion of their website, blogs, etc to post your information here and I will create an area on HomesteadCrossingInc.com promoting your website, blog, etc with an excerpt from it or a brief description of what you have to offer.
I really think that this is great opportunity to help promote permaculture and I truly believe that this region needs the exposure and education. I have a lot of great ideas for permaculture workshops / education and the such with the funding backed by my current employer.
So what do you think?