• Homesteading in the 21st Century: The Simple Guide to Self-Sufficiency Through Gardening, Clean Energy, Raising Livestock and More

  • By: Janet Williams
  • Narrated by: Dan Culhane
  • Length: 56 mins
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars (15 ratings)

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Homesteading in the 21st Century: The Simple Guide to Self-Sufficiency Through Gardening, Clean Energy, Raising Livestock and More

By: Janet Williams
Narrated by: Dan Culhane
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The ultimate guidebook for self-sufficiency and sustainable living in the 21st century.

I believe everyone can build a self-sufficient homestead with a little help and guidance. You could be just a few weeks away from enjoying your beautiful, sustainable lifestyle. Learn how to:

  • Create a Sustainable Homestead By Raising Livestock and Gardening. No matter where you live, you too can build a sustainable homestead using local materials, supplies and knowledge. The key is to learn from your environment and build your dream with sustainability in mind. Let this guidebook show you the way.
  • Grow Vegetables and Fresh Food with an Indoor Garden. Even if you only have a window sill to work with or just a small area by a window, you can build or buy a window garden to grow at least 20 food plants like tomatoes, lettuce and kale. You don't need fancy equipment or expensive gear to start an indoor urban garden - just a little bit of creativity and the plans and step by step instructions included in this book. Whether you're a complete beginner or just want to learn more, this gardening guidebook will teach you everything you need to know to enjoy the fruits of your own special garden. Every section includes action steps and step-by-step tutorials so you will know what to do and how to do it to create your perfect garden.

If you're looking for gardening books and you're ready to start an urban garden, this is the book for you!

Ready to start homesteading? Let's go! Learn how to grow an incredible homestead this year! Scroll up and click the buy button today.

©2016 Janet Williams (P)2016 Janet Williams

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not what i need

felt more like a hostory book than a book helping with homesteading. Not what i thought it would be

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terrible book

no information or useful tips on homesteading. it has more history and stuff that doesnt help than ideas or tips.

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not much detail

this is a general overview of what homesteading is. im sure anyone insterested in homesteading has already learned most of this info from basic research.