HOMESTEADINGNEXT STEPS CONFERENCE - FEBRUARY 22-25 2023 - LANIER ISLANDS, BUFORD, GA
Our Big Rad Life
Louise Milleman is an earth-loving, tree-hugging, un-schooling, freedom-fighting, world-traveling citizen of the universe who went from being a full-time digital nomad, traveling this big beautiful globe for the last 5 years to building an off grid, permaculture paradise of a homestead with her husband and her 2 little girls.
In addition to inspiring others to live off the land, grow their own food, build with alternative building materials, protect & provide for themselves, she enjoys helping people find natural & proactive ways of taking care of themselves and she also loves to share about one of the missing pieces in many people’s health journey — living, structured water. In fact, she leads a global team of hundreds of water-loving conscious entrepreneurs… empowering & leading them to build their very own life of ultimate freedom.
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SHERRIE & BOBBY BLACK
Black's Tropical Homestead
Living Free in Tennessee
Nicole’s small homestead is in the back hills of Tennessee. From it, she runs Holler Roast Coffee (HollerRoast.com) and hosts the podcast “Living Free in Tennessee,” which equips people with small business, self-reliance, and homesteading skills. She offers training events and conferences, including the Self Reliance Festival (SelfRelianceFestival.com); the LFTN Spring Workshop (LivingFreeinTennessee.com); and small-group, hands-on skill-building intensives. Recent workshops have included poultry, game, and ruminant processing; installing fence; and planting and pruning trees.
Nicole holds workshops at her onsite event facility and elsewhere. She is a featured speaker at conferences across the country. She offers individual coaching sessions and teaches courses through the Live Free Academy. Nicole has published several books on topics connected with food, homesteading, community-building, and coffee. Her books are available on Amazon or by emailing email@example.com.
Fifteen years ago, life took Nicole from the city to a country homestead, where she uses basic construction, horticultural, and other animal husbandry and housewifery skills to maintain a satisfying living. She preserves food; cooks from scratch; raises goats, sheep, rabbits, and poultry; and reads music. Since the big move, Nicole’s curiosity has awakened new passions: identifying and using wild medicinal and edible plants and fungi, organic and aquaponic farming, making cheese, curing meats, beekeeping, processing animals, roasting coffee, and podcasting.
She uses her lifelong curiosity about “how things work” to inspire people to grow; acquire and teach lost skills and crafts; and build the kind of community where shared interests and trust lead to better lives. Join our network of doers at Living Free in Tennessee.