Homesteading has become quite the trend since 2020, and on today’s podcast, I’m so excited to introduce you to Jill Winger because she discusses how anyone can homestead without having 40 acres of land.
In fact, Jill invites you to think about homesteading differently and encourages you to strip away the industrial mindset. Anyone can take back control of their food and home regardless of their living circumstance, and anyone can change the trajectory of their life! You truly can do a lot even if you live in a small space, and I think you’re going to love all of the practical suggestions offered in this episode.
*The Primally Pure link and coupon code have been updated since the recording. Please use: bit.ly/primallypurewithseason and the code: SEASONJOHNSON10 to enjoy 10% off!
- Jill Winger:
- Price-Pottenger Cat Study
- Local Harvest
- What Your Food Ate: How to Heal Our Land and Reclaim Our Health by David Montgomery and Anne Bikle
- Thrive Through Cancer Protocol Guide
- Primally Pure (10% off coupon code: SEASONJOHNSON10)
Jill Winger, Founder & CEO
Jill is the founder of The Prairie Homestead, an online space with over one million monthly visits dedicated to helping people learn how to grow their own food and opt-out of the rat race, regardless of where they live. In 2019, she published her best-selling cookbook The Prairie Homestead Cookbook which was an Amazon Editor’s pick and won Best Cookbook in the 30th Annual Reading the West Book Awards given by the Mountains and Plains Independent Booksellers Association
Her practical and authentic style of teaching and storytelling has won the hearts of hundreds of thousands of homesteaders across social media and through the Old Fashioned on Purpose podcast, which has amassed over 5 million downloads since its inception.
Jill and her family also run Genuine Beef Company which ships grass finished beef nationwide, as well as the Chugwater Soda Fountain. She has been featured in Urban Farm, Farm & Ranch Living, COWGIRL magazine, Woman’s Day, HuffPost, the Wall Street Journal, Wyoming PBS, People, and Buzzfeed. She resides on the Wyoming prairie with her husband, three children, and more farm animals than she can count.