Category: Headlines


Announcing 2020 Events!

Announcing our 2020 community events! Join us online and in the community for events and workshops that empower and inspire.

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Join the Board of Directors

Join the Board of Directors at the Holistic Homestead, a 501c3 dedicated to improving health and wellness through education, outreach and advocacy.

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It’s time to GET FRESH with the Homestead!

The Homestead Market is finally opening in January 2020! Read how YOU can support this small, community powered resource!

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Introducing Patreon, an affordable way to make a big impact

When you join the Homestead, you become part of an amazing community. Our commitment to our membership is to follow through with our commitment to prioritize health and wellness by making heath care affordable and accessible. And when our membership…

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The case of the mystery tincture

Always label your herbs! But just in case you forget, here’s how to identify St. John’s Wort tincture and infused oil. When in doubt, throw it out!

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Meet Helene Arendt, local metalsmith and Homestead sponsor

Meet our featured sponsor Helene Arendt of CSB Metalsmith – she handcrafts beautiful custom jewelry and supports the Holistic Homestead

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Can cannabis cure cancer?

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Cannabis is well known for it’s ability to treat the side-effects of chemotherapy and radiation, but scientists are exploring it’s potential to treat cancer itself.

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Sing-a-long First Aid for Kids: RICE it!

Sing-a-long with Arwen & Skully the Skeleton to learn about what to do when you get a boo-boo.

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Winter Retreat Day 3: Closing our retreat with a smile

Our article for the final day of our retreat today is from a dear, and long-time friend of mine, and frequent contributor to The Holistic Homestead: Aditi Devi, PhD. Aditi had been traveling and studying Goddess traditions in Asia for…

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Winter Retreat Day 2: No Better Place

When I asked Hoag Holmgren, Zen Buddhist teacher and author of the new Zen primer No Better Place, what it means to truly “come home”, he sent me a copy of his new book. I found in it’s pages pithy…

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