Looking for top homesteaders to follow on Instagram? Does the homesteader way intrigue you? Read on and find out the top homesteaders to follow on Instagram!
If you’re looking for inspiration to get started on homesteading, these are the people you should be following. They’ll show you the ropes and get you ready and self-sufficient in no time!
15 Top Homesteaders To Follow On Instagram
If you are interested in living off grid and planning to explore a life outside the comfort of the modern world, you must be aware that you are not alone. More and more people are really doing great becoming self-sufficient and finding ways to create things from scratch. To help you out to which fellow homesteader you can follow to get some tips and guides about homesteading, we’ve compiled, but listed in no particular order, the 15 top homesteaders you can follow on Instagram!
The Prairie Homestead is Jill Winger’s homestead blog. Jill’s blog will let you discover the freedom brought by homesteading and teaches you different ways to your roots and write your own homesteading story.
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A farm located in the hills of Central Vermont. Kate who’s a mother and a farmer presents beautiful photos of her Icelandic Sheep, Devon Cows, Ossabaw Pigs, her wonderful life and her family’s experience on their farm.
Simple food. Pork hock, my all time favorite pork cut, simmered in water with herbs, peppercorns, and celery all day long. I then stripped it from the bone and put it back into the broth with potatoes, carrots, onions, and cabbage plucked right from the garden. Parsley and fresh pepper to garnish. Hello world! May everyone’s bellies and pocketbooks be this happy.
The Elliott Homestead is own by Shaye Elliot and its filled with her homesteading experiences. Here, she allows you to enjoy life on her farm and shares ideas on how to can peaches, the use of cloth diapers instead of disposable ones and tasty dishes you can make by using the crops you’ve grown.
Heather of The Homesteading Hippy began her homesteading adventure when they’ve bought their first house in 2006 and have attempted to start their first garden by raised bed boxes and planting over 200 seeds and plants in a very limited space, though they didn’t have plenty of produce at that time but since then she learned a lot about how to become a successful homesteader and wishes to encourage her followers and readers to start where they can and learn along the way.
5. Root Simple
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An urban homesteading blog by the authors of Making It: Radical Home Ec for a Post-Consumer World and The Urban Homestead: Your Guide to Self-Sufficient Living in the Heat of the City, Erik Knutzen and Kelly Coyne. It covers the topic about going back to basics, gardening, DIY living, urban homesteading, herbal medicines, animals, transportation, saving, and food preservation.
— Homesteading (@HomesteadingUSA) July 23, 2016
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Terry Page of Homestead Honey shares their off-grid homesteading and shares radical inspiration and practical advice for your homesteading journey. Few of their popular posts include “Building a Tiny House,” “Living Off-Grid,” and “Organic Gardening.”
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Features the lives of the young family in the west Kootenays of British Columbia, Canada. Through their blog, they wish to inspire others how to reduce grocery bills and help increase their self-sufficiency and health through food preparation and gardening.
My mama heart is bursting with pride tonight. ???? We moved a HUGE pile of wood chips into our garden today. And these two girls were right there along side us, working all day in the heat (hence their swim suits ????). In fact, they were asking to go work on it after we took a lunch break! Everything in that wagon, was put there by these two little ones, and that’s just scratching the surface of the work they put in today.???????? I couldn’t be more proud of their good attitudes and determination. Moments like these help me know I’m not totally screwing up this mothering thing. Instilling good work ethic in our children is a big priority for us. And we want them take ownership of this family garden ???? just as much as we do as their parents. And today that was definitely the case. I just totally love that ???? Oh and I just have to say…no ‘Pokemon’ were needed to enjoy some good healthy fun family activity outdoors ????????????
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Chickadee Homestead is Lindsey Field’s little space to inspire others to become self-reliant and to live a natural lifestyle. It is where she shares her love and interest for all simple things, natural, and homesteading. Her website focuses on natural and organic farming practices.
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Wife and husband Louisa Conrad and Lucas Farell moved to Townshend, VT and started their own goat farm. They produce a farmstead confectionery and sells goat’s milk cheese and caramels.
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Olive and Owl is an urban homesteading blog that is filled with a homemaker and mother’s radical goodness, from cooking with whole foods and gardening, crafting, and parenting.
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Double N Urban Farm is an urban homestead blog of a happily married couple that offer tips and advice on how to savor the freshest produce by using organic methods and also educating their readers about the importance of going local.
Farmer Meg’s Digest is managed by an experienced homesteader, Megan Paska. She’s from Baltimore, MD, who have finally moved to a large farm in NJ with her husband. They have an acre of herbs, flowers, and vegetables, operates a CSA that feeds about 45 families and 100 heritage chickens.
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If you are looking for adventures, recipes and the good and bad and everything in between of real homesteading The Easy Homestead is the site to check. It’s a blog created by Jean and her husband Beau and it talks about their coming-to-be farm which they named “North Fork Farms.”
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Seven Acres Farm were developed and managed Jocelyn and Chris who moved on Seven Acres Farm in August 2014. Their goal was putting permaculture theory and a variety of ecological growing techniques in growing their own food. If you’re looking for ways to grow healthy veggies and happy flower, Seven Acres Farm website is for you.
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The Kneady Homesteader is Heather Conn’s journey from being a city girl into homesteader. She is a city girl on a mission to teaching herself all about living self-sufficiently and being more self-sustainable. She hopes to inspire even one person to follow their dream like what she did and to enjoy her journey.
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