Episode 55 Amy & Stacy from SEPP
What is SEPP?
I am glad you asked. SEPP is short for Sow Edibles Permaculture Podcast. Yes, you got it. This is a podcast about another podcast. Really more about the people behind that other podcast called SEPP. In their podcast, Amy and Stacy are sharing their journey of becoming homesteaders and building a self-sufficient homestead farm.
For many of us, homesteading is just a dream we entertain on coffee breaks.
Teri Page writes about off-grid living, cooking, gardening, tiny house building, homeschooling and more on her popular blog, Homestead Honey.
Like me, lots of folks sign up for a permaculture design course to improve their gardening techniques and learn about how to heal our planet.
However students quickly learn that permaculture is actually a new way of solving problems – virtually all problems – by using nature-tested methodologies.
What would life be like if we created no trash? No packages to throw away, everything that can be recycled is. What would the grocery store look like? How about fast food restaurants? How would…
Marianne and Jenise are joined by homesteading blogger Brad Rowland of Highly Uncivilized to discuss the ideal sustainable home and how to make your existing home more like it. Lots of great tips and resources are shared. For links to some of the resources we shared, click here. To view the recorded video of this Blab session, click here.
Most homes today are not designed with sustainability as a priority element. But there is much that can be done to green these existing homes.
This week we will envision what the ideal sustainable home would look like and how what we can do to create it using an existing structure. Join us Friday, December 4 for a live-streamed discussion on “Envisioning: The Sustainable Home.”
Just click on this link at 9 am PST. https://blab.im/jenise-fryatt-envisioning-the-sustainable-home
Two thousand, two hundred people are locked out of their jobs due to a contract dispute. That is a lot of people out of work! And, I am sure, a lot of people are very worried…