Episode-1865- Justin Rhodes on the 10 Hour Homestead and New Media

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Justin Rhodes is an “edutainer” creating daily homesteading vlogs on Youtube. He runs an online business, abundantpermaculture.com teaching folks how to grown their own food (mainly chicken and veggies) with permaculture.

Justin made a big splash with his DVD “Permaculture Chickens” via Kickstarter over a year ago.  Since they he has worked tirelessly to simplify and hack homesteading and raising animals into the most efficient and low cost methods possible.

He joins us today to discuss the concept of “The Ten Hour Homestead”.  Today we discuss that concept in detail and how the average person can produce much of their own food with minimal investment of time and money with modern homesteading concepts.

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6 Responses to Episode-1865- Justin Rhodes on the 10 Hour Homestead and New Media

  1. Am I just not seeing it? I wanted to check out the link to that book on _____ and the Confederacy. I didn’t catch what the first word in title was so I couldn’t find it on my own. Thanks.

  2. Justin mentioned a children’s book in the interview but he didn’t say the title. I recognized the storyline and I thought there might be someone out there who is interested. It is called “On Meadowview Street.” The author is Henry Cole.

  3. Is it just me or did Jack not say the name of the 80s civil war series? I was guessing the Ken Burns documentary, the north and south or blue and gray.

  4. LOL Duck Jedi? This needs to be on a T-shirt! Quick, somebody print one for Jack.