People Want to Produce Their Own Food: Jeff Louderback on Surging Interest in Self-Reliant Living

There’s a “homesteading tsunami,” according to well-known organic farmer Joel Salatin. For generations, people the world over grew their own food and made many of their own goods. That got away from us with the advent of modern technology. But this traditional way of life is coming back to industrialized societies, and in America, it’s known as homesteading. To learn more about its resurgence, NTD spoke with homesteader Melissa Renee of Handwritten Hills and Epoch Times journalist Jeff Louderback.

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