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Post by MountainRose on Thu Feb 23, 2012 12:11 am

Hello! I am so excited to have found this forum. I am so interested in learning more about homesteading. As a child I lived in Missouri from age 9-15 and we lived in the country. We had fruit trees and a garden and about 6 acres of land. I miss that!

I now live with my husband and 2 kids in Charlotte, NC. I am eager to learn all I can maybe do some small scale things in my back yard.
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Post by Sonshine on Thu Feb 23, 2012 12:47 am

Hi MountainRose and welcome to the forum. There's a lot you can do with homesteading on a small amount of land. I'm glad you joined us and am looking forward to learning and growing together.

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Post by 12acrehome on Thu Feb 23, 2012 8:34 am

Hi and welcome!!

Glad you found us, we are all friendly, and have combined interests that cover most of what you can do with small areas.

One thing I always recommend when starting out is to grow what you like first, and then get adventerous with other things as you go.
I grew up with a few fruit trees in the back yard, but I am now wanting to put in a small orchard. I have posted some of my efforts on this board. There is a couple of discussions about asparagus also that are recent.

Have hubby join us in the do it yourself or hunting and fishing areas, if he has those interests.


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