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Homesteads and Homeschools

Release Date: 07/09/2019

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Homesteads and Homeschools

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Homesteads and Homeschools

Episode 38 is another conversation focusing on homeschooling, this time with curator of Ask a Homeschool Mom, Kari Vanhoozer. We had a fun discussion about her choice to homeschool - or, rather, unschool - and how that works into their families life before talking about her website and the importance of having resources that can help homeschool parents navigate the legal systems, and give advice on developing a homeschool program.

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Homesteads and Homeschools

The Liberty Hippie has a chat with Catherine Bleish, the Homestead.Guru curator, and Anarchapulco 2020 co-producer. We talk about life in a bus, and how having the ability and freedom to move and travel has not only been exciting and captivating, but educational and rewarding for both parents and children. We also discuss how Catherine came to find herself as co-producer for the 2020 presentation of Anarchapulco.

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Homesteads and Homeschools

Episode 36 sees the Liberty Hippie and Brent DeRidder of the Libertarian Party of North Carolina talking about homeschooling, and some future plans of Brent's to help spread the message of liberty while seeing the country and educating his children. Brent also shares the story that caused him and his wife to remove their children from public school, and it is astounding.

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Homesteads and Homeschools

The first of our monthly installments of updates from the Good View Quarter. We talked about the state of our garden, lessons learned from our goats, and potential future projects as well as some of the challenges we're facing both homesteading and homeschooling.

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Vegetarians believe their diets are better for the environment; this isn't always the case. These diets consist of highly processed foods from the industrial-ag complex that rely on monoculture of 1000s of acres. I talk to Kate Kavanaugh, a former vegetarian who came back to an omnivorous diet, became a butcher and eventually opened her own butcher shop - Western Daughters Butcher Shoppe - in Colorado. We talked about how she came to make this transition, regenerative farming pracatices, and so much more.

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Homesteads and Homeschools

Episode 34 is our first swing at some curriculum talk as we chat with homeschooling graduate, entrepreneur and creator of Learn in Color, Samantha Shank. She started Learn in Color at the age of 14 and over the last five years has created a magnificent resource of both free and per peice items. Samantha offers many free work sheets and resources, while asking a small fee for others. Samantha is an inspiring young entrepreneur and Learn in Color is a vualuable resource for any homescooler to take note of.

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Homesteads and Homeschools

Episode 33 sees the Liberty Hippie joined by Julian, who maintains a homestead in the Northwest, and unschools his daughter. They talked about a number of different skills that help on the homestead, and ways to learn new skills and remember old.

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Homesteads and Homeschools

For episode 32 we sat down with the co-host of Tasting Anarchy, co-organizer of Childeberg, and co-parent to two Shiba Inu's, Jacob Linzy. He started out in public school, eventually moving homeschooling. We talked about that transition and his journey back to public school system. And of course, a multitude of other things homeschool related and not.

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More Episodes

Episode 24 finds the Liberty Hippie taking to the president of the Libertas Institution, and author of "Lessons from a Lemonade Stand," "Passion-Driven Education," and, of course, The Tuttle Twins series. We talked about how he ended up deciding that homeschooling was the correct decision for his children, and how he came to write the Tuttle Twins, and the importance of teaching children about liberty and sound economics. Pay attention for a future announcement when Connor's new game to supplement the Tuttle Twin's series comes out.

The Links

As this was a shorter episode, the Liberty Hippie would be remiss to not talk about some environmental issues, and he does so examining the International Joint Commission's handling of flooding along the St. Lawrence river and Great Lakes area.

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