The realities of homesteading can quickly get lost in the romance of living in harmony with the land. Many of us yearn for a nurturing lifestyle that is low-budget but that makes us happy, healthy and in community with our friends and the earth. What are the options?
6 Ways to grow our spirit.
Homesteading communities are rapidly growing. Nature Towns make it easier by creating a new investment model.
Join our webinar on new food security innovations where homeowners own a piece of the food hub.
Nature Towns build resident owned food hubs into the residential real estate projects, along with a 240 acre regenerative agriculture farm!
Nature Towns are cohousing with new innovations in food security at scale. Nature Towns are regenerative places supporting regenerative lifestyles.
What are the permaculture rules that can be used to help reduce the drudgery and boredom of social distancing?
Paul Hawken: “To put it simply, no one is coming to help. There is not a brain trust that’s going to figure it out, work out the problems while we ponder and wait. The most complex, radical climate technology on Earth, is the human heart and mind, not a solar panel.”
Join us for the Annual US Wise Traditions Conference in Dallas this year from November 15th – 17th. We will be exhibiting and discussing the Regenerative Lifestyles and Regenerative Places with about 1,000 attendees.
https://www.wbur.org/hereandnow/2019/09/20/how-to-recycle-plastic Well, if that is true, then what options do we have? Is recycling plastic a farce? And why is it that we as citizens have the hardest job of sorting our plastics and other materials to the almost 34 categories? Our infrastructure is propelling us along a path. It has momentum, inertia and itContinue reading “We can’t recycle our way out of the problem.”