How to Start a Market Garden on a Budget (with Homeplace Journal) | Skill of the Month Club

How to Start a Market Garden on a Budget (with Homeplace Journal) | Skill of the Month Club

When looking for ways to make money as a homesteader, market gardening — for example a small scale CSA or a nursery — seems to make a lot of sense. But do you need a lot of capital to get started? And can you do it on an urban lot? We’re answering these questions with Chris Roth of Homeplace Journal, who was generous to show us around the greenhouse, backyard garden, and seed starting set-up for her second year backyard market garden.

Chris’ channel, Homeplace Journal, is here: https://www.youtube.com/user/aylafree80 Check it out!

Enjoy!

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You can hop over to the Skill of the Month Club FB group to share your thoughts or brag your homework. https://www.facebook.com/groups/363729293988483/

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About the skill of the month club:

Part community, part skill-share, we’re just a group of people hanging out together and trying to encourage awesomeness in every category having to do with simple living, intentional living and homestead life. Esther will do the lessons in the first month, but as we go on to different skills we’ll be hearing from all sorts of experts!

Esther Emery is “the Homestead Wife” and the daughter of Carla Emery, author of The Encyclopedia of Country Living.

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Esther’s book: What Falls From the Sky: How I Disconnected From the Internet and Reconnected With the God Who Made the Clouds — http://www.estheremery.com/books/ and everywhere books are sold.

Esther’s mom’s book: The Encyclopedia of Country Living http://amzn.to/2fMuOQM

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