On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you will meet Natalie Green, a passionate homesteader with a one-acre farm in Richmond, VA. When Natalie and her husband moved to their home 3 years ago Natalie knew she wanted a big garden and a few chickens for eggs. She was also excited to produce her own food in hopes that it would help some issues she faces due to an autoimmune disorder.
Natalie started her social media account to promote the eggs that she was selling from her front porch. She had been furloughed due to the pandemic and was just looking for a way to keep the feed bins full.
It’s important to Natalie that people see someone that looks like her learning, making mistakes, and using the space she has to grow literally and figuratively as a black female homesteader.
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