n my first year homesteading on 1.3 acres in Nova Scotia, Canada, we learned a lot and made a lot of beginner mistakes.
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I'm a millennial Nova Scotian, working towards creating sustainable food sources for my family of four. We have lived on the property for over a year, and with one growing season under my belt, I'm looking forward to jumping back into it in 2020. Balancing the homestead, home preschool with my two toddlers and working nights has been a challenge, but I'm learning as I go and sometimes that means a total disaster, some duck tape, and making it all work, but I try to stay positive, and get in a few puns along the way.
I want to encourage young Maritime families to create their own food source, and their own independence. It can be done, on a small space, with a small budget, with a incredible return on investment.
Subscribe for more on our 1.33 acre homestead in Nova Scotia, Canada with 50 x 50 vegetable garden installation, hugelkultur, getting wild turkeys, and expanding our chicken flock. We have been plans for 2020, let's see if I complete as many projects as I start this year!