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Three-day Homesteading Conference coming to HGR

From Jose Zapata
The Homestead Preparedness Network

The Homestead Preparedness Network will be hosting the Heartland Homesteading Conference September 16-18, 2022, at Homeplace on Green River, 5807 New Columbia Rd., Campbellsville, KY. We host events twice a year to promote homesteading, self-reliant living and land/environment stewardship.

We currently have guest speakers from 7 states as well as various state/federal agencies on the schedule. Our event is geared toward smaller farms and homesteads and we provide a wide variety of discussion-based and hands-on classes dealing with animal husbandry, introduction to raising various animals such as poultry, goats, alpacas livestock and equine.


To learn more about the event, visit www.homeplacefarmky.org.

Speakers will include:
  • Suzanne Shires Medicinal herbs for every homestead & Get Your Wild Food on!
  • Lauren Celentano Animal Husbandry Goats & Raising Milk Goats with milking demo
  • Brian Neudorff, Meteorologist
  • Rick Wells Farrier Hoof Health with a Farrier
  • Chris Palmer Introduction to Bee Keeping
  • Mike and Christine Stokley Introduction to Beef Cows and Horse Handling on the Homestead
  • Shiloh Seal Equipping parents to translate school to homesteading
  • Denny & Jennifer Dillman, The Homesteading Pastor Guerilla Homesteading: A guide on urban homesteading
  • Jacilyn Harness "Homestead Family Rhythms: Managing a Productive & Prepared Household"
  • Richard Cleveland
  • Gary Murphy Introduction to Tree Identification and Medicinal Trees
  • Kara Back, Taylor County Extension Agent Vegetable Gardening and Introduction to Fruit
  • Tyler Moyer Introduction to Blacksmithing
  • Caleb & Chelsea Bland Introduction to Alpacas and One on processing and uses if Alpaca wool
  • Heidi Huston Introduction to alpaca farming and wool processing


This story was posted on 2022-08-24 09:01:48
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