Pioneer Roots With Guest Melissa K. Norris

On this episode of The Modern Homesteading Podcast, I’m joined by homesteader, blogger, author, and podcaster Melissa K. Norris.

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Melissa and her family homestead 15 acres in Washington where they raise cattle, chickens, pigs, grow heirloom vegetables and put a lot of emphasis on cooking from scratch. She has written two books and she is the host of the “Pioneering Today” Podcast.

Modern Homesteading Podcast, Episode 69 – November 19, 2017

Pioneer Roots With Guest Melissa K. Norris

Melissa and I Discuss:

  • How she got a passion for homesteading and began her journey.
  • An audio tour of her homestead.
  • Why she started cooking from scratch and the difference it made.
  • We talk about her books and Master Class.
  • Melissa gives advice for folks just getting started.

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