Welcome to the first ever Farm Fresh Tuesday Homesteading Blog Hop!
This homesteading blog hop is all about sharing your in-season posts for the world to see. So join the party!
Your Party Hosts…
AnnMarie from 15 Acre Homestead
Shelle from Rockin W Homestead
Tamara from The Reid Homestead
and me…Lisa from The Self Sufficient HomeAcre
I’d like to share a little bit more about my co-hosts because they are such wonderful ladies! Here is a taste of their farm fresh ideas on homesteading and natural living…
Join Our Homesteading Blog Hop!
- Homesteading, gardening, recipes, sustainable and green ideas, DIY, healthy living, and self-reliance posts are all welcome. Share up to 4 family friendly posts.
- You may share older posts with ‘in season’ information, but please don’t share the same posts each week!
- If you share your posts in this party, you are giving permission for others to link to your posts….that’s a good thing because it helps get more eyes on your posts! 🙂
- Please link back to this blog hop so that we can feature you next week.
- Visit some of the other posts and leave a comment…let them know you found them here!
- Feel free to apply to our Farm Fresh Bloggers Roundup Page!
- Please do not link to other blog hops or linky parties in this homesteading hop. However, you may leave a comment below telling us about your blog hop!
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In addition to writing for her own websites, Lisa has contributed articles to The Prepper Project and Homestead.org.
The author lives outside of Chicago with her husband, son, 2 dogs, 1 cat, and a variety of poultry.