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Buzz About The Homestead Atlanta

C’mon…you couldn’t expect us to resist a bee metaphor. We’ve been lucky enough to have some pretty great folks say sweet somethings about us. Check them out!

10.17: The Courageous Path: Remembering the Power of Our Own Hands

1.17: AJC's Living InTown - A Cure for the Common Century (p.24-29)

2.16: Pecha Kucha Night Vol. 28 - "7(ish?) Lessons in Handmade Living"

12.15: The Seed & Plate - From Consumers to Producers: The Homestead Atlanta

10.15: Good Gracious Podcast

9.15: Atlanta INTown - The Homestead Atlanta offers Heritage Skills, Sustainability Workshops

9.15: Mother Earth News - Folk School Redefined: The Homestead Atlanta

12.14: Well ATL - Blacksmithing, Woodworking, Chicken Raising, Beekeeping: Just another day with The Homestead Atlanta

11.14: The Herb Bus - Pay It Forward Medicine Making

10.14: The Holistic Nomad - Natural, Toxin-Free Approach to Skincare

9.14: Creative Loafing's Best of Atlanta 2014 - Best Place to Learn Long-Lost Life Skills

9.14: Musings of a Ragamuffin - 5 Questions with Kimmy Coburn of The Homestead Atlanta

8.14: This Natural Dream - passions and the homestead atlanta

11.13: Twisted South Magazine - Reclaiming a Handmade Life

08.13: Creative Loafing - Bringing the Homestead to Atlanta

08.13: WABE 90.1 - From Coop to Oven: A Day at the Chicken Class with The Homestead Atlanta

07.13: The Feed Atlanta - In Search of the Elusive Nonprofit, Episode Two

06.13: eidé Magazine - "Survival Revival"

04.13: AJC: Food & More - "Urban Education Classes: The Homestead Atlanta"

04.13: Mother Nature Network - "Homesteading, Bringing Self-Reliance Back"

04.13: Manner & Lane - "Back to Basics"

03.13: Atlanta Magazine - "Where Urbanites Get Back To Basics"

03.13: Scoutmob - "A New School Teaches Urbanites The Ways of Farming (And Beer-Brewing. And Wood-Chopping.)

03.13: The Feed - "MEET Kimberly: nonprofit newbie and self-sufficiency aficionado"