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Bearded Fish on the Two Branches Homestead

Homesteads and Homeschools

Release Date: 03/17/2020

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Jared the Permie Guy came on today to talk about his set up on a smaller piece of property with some unique raised beds.

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Quest Fanning joins the show to talk about homeschooling and life in the City. We discussed the many benefits of homeschooling, and at times, where it seems like homeschooling might be lacking.

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Sean Dembrosky of the booming YouTube channel and mostly edible nursery, Edile Acres, joined me this week to talk about permaculture, food forests, healthy living, and how we can take cues to better growing by paying attention to our natural surroundings. A fun coversation you can't miss for sure.

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This weeks guest is the illustrious Brett Veinotte of the School Sucks Project. Brett has been building the School Sucks Project community for over a decade now, and has a wealth of information and experiences to share. Today's episode ended up being more of a dual-interview than a traditional Homesteads and Homeschools interview, but that only made it more fun.

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For the first time ever, there are three guests on the show! This week's guest, Theodore Quinoa, of Crowd Funded Government came on and he brought a couple of friends - Hans Bass, and Lootie the Wino. The conversation turned mostly to homeschooling and why it is simply better than the filthy kitchen that public school is. Dig it!

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It's Chantrelle season! And I shot myself with a pressure washer!

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Learning Logic with Clinton Wilcox show art Learning Logic with Clinton Wilcox

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This week, we're talking logic. What is it? Why do my kids need to know it? What are these words?!?! This week's guest, Clinton Wilcox tells us all about logic, and why it's so important for homeschoolers to get involved and learn the art of logic before they enter the "real world." Check it out, and go check out Clinton.

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On the show this week, straight out of Puerto Rico is Unpersoning Sarah. Sarah and her husband recently relocated to Sarah's homeland of Puerto Rico to enjoy life outside of the states. We talked about how they found their home, and what prompted the move. We talked a little bit about homeschooling, a shade of the Coove, and of course, a fair bit of homesteading, like what do you do with wheelbarrows of avocados? The Links Music from the Show: If you're enjoying the show, you can join the discussion at the , or you can show your support by becoming a patron on and get access to...

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Joining the show this week is John Foster. John has a background that runs the gamut of the business structure and has created a curriculum that will teach children from middle school the lowdown on business, economics, and entrepreneurship to arm them better for shortterm failures and longterm success.

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Meet Gary. Gary is the Bearded Fisherman of Two Branches Homestead. Gary grows hops. Gary gardens. Gary hunts. Gary fishes. Gary boils sap. Gary is the man. Tune in this week to find out how Gary, from my homestate of NY, got into homesteading and where he learned all his trades. Stay safe out there, and go listen to all the back episodes while you wait out the Covid!

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