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This family is an inspiration for people who would love to be a homesteader with limited resources

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arbanaskocudo says:

That is the right way of living but only negative thing i see is they live too close to the road, probably traffic pollution comes in some amount to their garden

ray brown says:

where is his wife

bottlenose Dolphin says:

Awesome video. thanks 😐peace

Adrienna van Diermen says:

You are so inspiring, I am in disbelief at what you have accomplished.  Thanks for this astounding concept!

Christine Herrington says:

Very exciting to see what you have learned and accomplished with little. I'm very interested in these methods. Congrats on your success and thank you for the information.

sexycindy1000 says:

This is what we all need to do, to get back to basics, 🙂

Carrie Furr says:

where do you buy seeds that are non gmo?

Mark Evans says:

Your front yard alone is something I'd love to walk past every day!!!

StrangerEight says:

I wonder are there any atheist gardeners out there?

Thriftn Plant Lady says:

I cannot stress the fact that this has been my dream for the past 10 years. i want this so bad.

Tahra Ahmed says:

So beautiful and inspiring. Thank you for sharing and showing what is possible.

wantitok says:

I live here in New Mexico I'm building a animal sanctuary next to the National Forest have a hundred sixty Acres seeking a woman that would like to live off-grid if you're interested please feel free to get back with me Jim

Katika Quintanilla says:

That is very impressive. To be able to be self-sustaining in an urban environment very impressive.

superholy345q says:

guy at the start sounds like ethan from h3h3

Lloyd Gittens says:

Id love to visit… where is this house??

Ethereal Stranger says:

Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise so I am changing myself. ~ Rumi

Sarah Fong says:

What a great doc! Very inspiring. The only thing I pick on is the idea that changing ourselves is most important when really the most important is to devastate the destructive power of civilization. That's all.

Solaris Therapeutic Massage - York says:

My faith in humanity, restored. Thanks for sharing your achievements. Big love to this beautiful family and many others who overcome self-doubt and take risks for a better life 💚

Nancy Busacca says:

FYI Jules Dervaes died in December 2016

Petals on the Paving Slabs says:

chocolate's a staple, very true!

Krystel Spicer says:

There are no models to follow?

Derek Placeholder says:

As a father of teen-aged children… I find it incredibly creepy that these 20 (30?)-something kids are still living with their dad. What is going on?

LL Garner says:

Awsome Video, IAM starting over ,and saving to buy a home on land, apartment life isn't for me , your video proves that don't need a lot land just enough and one can be self sufficient and happy ,Thank You ,for the inspiring video! God bless,you and your family.

Violets Vegan Comics says:

A wonderful uplifting inspiring film. Thank you for sharing 🙂

Kathy Kugler says:

Thank you for the video of Goddess Permaculture.  I was so happy to see it.

Taylor says:

What a Beautiful Dad, with a Strong Heart n Mind.. I recently lost my Father who was a Father to 4 and an Organic Farmer.. We grew enough Tomato, Potato, Onion all Vegetables to Can and Eat all Winter. Our Meat ( Beef, n Poultry n Pork were Organically Raised too.. The 4 Huge Deep Freezers and Pantries Were Packed to the Hilt… Wonderful Video . Thanks

Charlotte Grove says:

I can't believe the garden police haven't shown up and make you take it down ! Most states don't want you to be self sufficient.

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