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Scott Terry's "North Country Farmer" Show

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The voice of the Covenantal Agrarian Resistance. Join host Scott M Terry as he and his guests talk about farming, homesteading, survival, preparedness, agrarianism, organic agriculture, gardening, reformed theology and more.

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You don't have land. You don't have much money. Stop complaining. You can still get started in a small farm enterprise by renting land. Scott talks from experience because his families organic dairy operation uses all rented land and facilities.

This week Jason Maytas, the executive producer of the Beyond Off Grid documentary film, joins Scott. They talk about the vision behind the project as well as the difficulties and work behind making it a reality.

In this episode Scott is joined by Laura Seabolt. Laura is a wife, mother, and homesteader from Georgia. She is a passionate gardener with a gift for teaching people. Her website, You Should Grow, is dedicated to empowering others to... more

After a long absence, Scott returns! Find out where he's been, why the new changes, and what is planned for the future. Scott also talks about his new book, Keys To Sucessful Homesteading and answers an email question from a small... more

This week our friend Janet Garman joins us to talk about her new agrarian children's book "Margarita and the Beautiful Gifts". Janet has been a guest in the past, and its always great to chat with her. Link to the book ---->... more

Internet radio for homesteaders and small scale farmers. This week we cover tricks and tips for surviving winter on the homestead.

In December, my friends at Reformation Acres are hosting a "Pig to Plate" home hog butchering workshop taught by Doug Wharton and Andy Lane from Hand Hewn Farm. This week Bill Veon, Andy Lane and Doug Wharton join me to talk... more

This week I answer email questions that include such topics as permaculture, preparing for economic colapse, how to figure out how much hay you need, the need for animals on a self-sustaining homestead, and technology

Internet radio for homesteaders....

Our good friend Laurie Neverman from Common Sense Homesteading will be joining us tonight to talk about bread. There is nothing better than fresh, home baked bread and Laurie has just written a new book on the subject.

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