SEpp 045; Listener Interview with Megan and Ben Hollar (The Hollar Homestead)

Sow Edible Permaculture PodcastWelcome back to Episode #45  Thank you for joining us as we share with you our Listener Interview!  Each week, you can see pictures, videos, and links that we mention in the show by visiting these show notes (or by going to www.SowEdible.com).  Here is a summary of what we have for you in this episode.

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Listener Interview

This week we are very happy to have our first Listener Interview with Megan and Ben Hollar from The Hollar Homestead.  They are currently homesteading on their small suburban lot in California but have plans to hit the road and find their forever homestead in the near future.  Be sure to check them out on their You Tube Channel The Hollar Homestead to follow them on their journey!

 

 

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  1. Karyn Wheeler says:

    I don’t know if they’ve checked it out already, but Missouri is a homeschool green state and I found there were many properties with decent acreage for the price, without restrictions on the property. Might be worth checking out! Hope that helps!

  2. Dori Mulder says:

    I just listened to Megan and Ben’s interview and wanted to reach out to them. We recenfly finished a 10 month trip around the country homesxhooling our kids in a travel trailer. Want to share the ups and downs and let them know they are embarking on an AMAZING adventure. Best of luck!!!

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