An area of our homestead infrastructure that we spend A LOT of time thinking about, worrying about, and being creative about, is water. As we are living completely off-grid, we have to figure out ways to source water for drinking, bathing, washing dishes, cooking, watering the garden, watering fruit trees, and watering animals. Two areas that we are developing to catch and store water are farm ponds and swales.
About the Author
- Teri Page
Teri Page and her family of four are building an off-grid homestead from scratch on 10 acres in NE Missouri. On her blog, Homestead Honey, she shares their adventures in tiny house building, water catchment, organic gardening, Waldorf homeschooling, wild foraging, and much more!
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