Urban homesteading. Yes, you read that right. No, it’s not an oxymoron.

kim coburnPGAL recently sat down with the increasingly famous, and always infamous, Kimberly Coburn, founder of Crop Mob Georgia and Homestead Atlanta and recorded a short interview.

Kim is a real pioneer in the urban homesteading movement and her passion is contagious.

In this interview, we have a conversation about the following:

  • The “why” of urban homesteading skills and how it can create a more vibrant and secure life for you and your family and your city.
  • The “how” of urban homesteading skills.  Hint:  Signup for Homestead ATL classes!
  • How to build confidence and community through becoming a “maker.”

Listen below

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If you enjoy this, please pass it along to interested friends.

Lastly, the classes are an INCREDIBLE deal, so signup for a Homestead ATL course, bring a friend, or give a class as a unique and thoughtful gift.  Some of the most popular courses include:  bike maintenance, beginner’s blacksmithing, and edible home landscapes.  

Click here for a full list of classes.

*Links for Homestead ATL Twitter and Facebook

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