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Join date : 2012-12-08
Age : 32
Location : US

PostSubject: Homesteading journals   Fri Dec 14, 2012 7:55 pm

The Homestead Journal Inc. is a US based corporation located in beautiful Texas. Our sole purpose is to teach and educate people about being self-sufficient and to learn homesteading skills.

The company is operated by homesteading preppers who are dedicated to the service of others. We believe its is our God given responsibility to make knowledge and resources available to all who want to learn and receive such knowledge.

We believe it is the awakening of mankind to the need to save our planet and develop better means of getting goods and service to the community. By building local food production and supporting our local farms is what will build a strong economy. We have a strong commit to supporting local farmers markets and community co-ops through donations and service.

We look forward to working with families in our community to develop a plan for being prepared and building a thriving homestead.

We started out with a journal to chronicle the work we were doing as we build our own homestead. We felt an urgent need to provide help and information on the steps needed to do the same where you are right now with what you have available.

We appreciate the opportunity to earn your business and support.
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