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Homesteading and Market Gardening With Guest Jason Smith

On this podcast episode, I’m joined by Homesteader and Market Gardener Jason Smith to talk about his homesteading journey and a little about the ins and outs of establishing and running a market garden.

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The Modern Homesteading Podcast, Episode 122 – May 12, 2019 – Homesteading and Market Gardening With Guest Jason Smith

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Homesteading and Market Gardening With Guest Jason Smith

Jason, his wife Megan, and his daughter have been homesteading for a number of years and run an on-farm market that sells to local restaurants in the Nashville area. They raise vegetables year-round using unheated greenhouses and on-farm inputs to create better soil and also have laying hens they use for eggs.

They can food, heat their house using a wood stove, and have become very thrifty over the years. They have a very successful homestead but it didn’t happen overnight. It’s had its challenges and they love sharing their experiences so other folks can benefit from it and want to share and inspire folks to homestead.

Jason and I Discuss:

  • Jason’s journey into homesteading.
  • Growing year-round in a four-season climate.
  • Starting and expanding his market garden.
  • Using chickens on the homestead.
  • Homesteading for better health as well as a business.
  • Building a hoophouse.
  • Building mobile vegetable washing stations.
  • Building a walk-in cooler with a coolbot.

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Homestead Recipe Of The Week:

This week’s recipe comes in from Darcey for Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup.

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