Today we are pleased to invite the founders of Angie’s Gardens to share their small business development journey. Josh and Angie Reynolds started with permaculture, discovered herbal remedies, developed tasty and healthy teas, then added high quality CBD products to their growing business. They got started in one farmers market and now visit 6-7 per week, as well as supporting online orders. Find out more on today’s show.
Thanksgiving is only a week away and I just grabbed a turkey out of the freezer. This year, I thought it would be fun to share some experimental recipes we plan to have at the Holler Homestead. These are a little outside the norm this year because, well, I thought it would be fun to get outside the box and save the more traditional chestnut dressing and other sides for Christmas.
Today I share with you my two biggest take aways from Jack Spirko’s Workshop – then I walk through how to find your why – and as an example, I will use one of our very own community members: BBQ Homesteader of Off Kilter Brownies and someone that you have all heard from if you run in the LFTN digital communities.
Do you want to find one-of-a-kind gifts while supporting our growing community? Well, today we launched a listing of listeners who have small companies that can provide you with cool gift ideas!
- Handmade soaps
- Gluten free brownie mixes
- Elderberry syrup
- Aprons, pillow cases and more
- Leather crafts
- …and more…
Click here for the whole listing.
It is so cool to see the many things that people from our community can make and I hope to add at least 20 more vendors to this in time for holiday shopping.
Want to get on my listing? Email me your store name, a 2 sentence description of what you offer, a small image or logo, and instructions on how to order.
Let’s see how much business we can keep in the community this holiday season!
John Moody, author of the weed book (Winning the War on Weeds), producer of Abby’s Elderberry, food policy geek and all around great guy is here to talk with us about going rogue with food production, as well as a really cool conference he’s got for us in late January. I for one plan to be there and serve some coffee!
I had a request over on the Mewe chat group to talk about what to have in your car for winter. And since this is a topic that every homesteader should have a handle on, since most of us live far from help, I thought – perfect topic. Better yet, it applies to everyone as we start seeing snowstorms and freezing temperatures.
#HollerHatWednesday: Who is wearing her and why does she look so sad?