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Urban homesteading

Rachel Kaplan

Urban homesteading

heirloom skills for sustainable living

by Rachel Kaplan

  • 359 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published by Skyhorse Pub. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Urban homesteading,
  • Urban agriculture,
  • Sustainable living,
  • Self-reliant living

  • About the Edition

    City-dwellers across the country are finding creative new ways to live, and urban farmers are reclaiming heirloom agrarian practices as strategies for responsible living. Get to know real people who are changing their lives and the lives of their neighbors through the urban homesteading movement.

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-291).

    StatementRachel Kaplan with K. Ruby Blume
    ContributionsBlume, K. Ruby
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 292 p.
    Number of Pages292
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27128378M
    ISBN 10161608054X
    ISBN 109781616080549
    OCLC/WorldCa668194097

    Get this from a library! Urban homesteading: heirloom skills for sustainable living. [Rachel Kaplan; K Ruby Blume] -- City-dwellers across the country are finding creative new ways to live, and urban farmers are reclaiming heirloom agrarian practices as strategies for responsible living. Get to know real people who. Best Homesteading Resources To Help You I created this resource page as an easy to reference guide of helpful tools, books, and other resources you may need in your urban homesteading adventure! This way you can quickly find beneficial tools, courses, books, and other resources to help save you time and money.

    The Urban Homesteader is a web series that follows hosts Harv & Katie as they turn their Berkeley townhouse into a modern homestead. After learning from homesteading experts they tackle everything - from making bunny bling and perfect pancetta, to not-so-great pickles. In The Urban Homesteading Cookbook, Nelson explores the world of foraging wild urban edibles, eating invasive species, keeping micro-livestock, bees and crickets, growing vegetables in pots, small-space aquaponics, preserving meats and produce, making cheese and slow-fermenting sourdough, beer, kombucha, kefir and pickles. Nelson fervently.

    *A Living Now Book of the Year award winner!* This celebrated, essential handbook for the urban homesteading movement shows how to grow and preserve your own food, clean your house without toxins, raise chickens, gain energy independence, and more. Step-by-step projects, tips, and anecdotes will help get you started homesteading immediately. What is Homesteading? Modern homesteading is all about living a more self-reliant lifestyle. Your homestead can be big or small, rural or urban – some folks even homestead in apartments or on rented land. Why homesteading? Some people choose to raise their own food or use home remedies to avoid questionable commercial products.


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Written by city dwellers for city dwellers, this copiously illustrated, two-color instruction book /5(). The urban homesteading movement is spreading rapidly across the nation.

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Urban homesteading is what got me into homesteading. When I was looking for all kinds of ways to save money, my husband kept showing me YouTube videos of all of these self-sufficient people that live in subdivisions. That’s when it hit me. If they can grow all of their own food on a ¼ acre, why can’t I do the same on 2 acres.

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