• Giving Thanks

    It’s a season for giving thanks and our family would like to thank a few folks who have stepped in to help with podcast, farm boxes, homestead chores and future plans:   Tom & Martha,  Renee,  Megan, Owners and Staff of REST Farmhouse in Montrose,  Christina, Aaron, Barry, and Lynda.  Thank you for helping us […]

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  • 100K Downloads – Wow!

    We are pretty excited that the podcast has reached a milestone of over 100,000 downloads in less than 5 months.    Since launching in mid June for Father’s Day, we’ve recorded and uploaded over 40 episodes, including audios of workshops we have hosted this year.   For years, we had been talking about doing a podcast and […]

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  • Happy Fall Y’all

     Initially, after a week of triple digits temps, it finally feels like fall has arrived,  bringing not only cooler temps but rain.  The garden’s growing thru a major planting transition  – out come the last of the raggedy cucumbers, peppers,  and tomatoes and in go greens, onions, broccoli  and snow peas.  Thanks to last winter’s […]

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  • Urban Homestead Radio Podcast: Interview with Chris Kerston

    In this episode, the Dervaes Family interview a long time friend, Chris Kerston, who works for the Savory Institute. With a longstanding passion for regenerative agricultural and better food distribution systems, Chris has dedicated his life to helping connect ranchers with consumers in ways that create synergistic value for both sides. Chris has also been […]

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  • Urban Homestead Radio Podcast: Edible Flowers

      In this episode, the Dervaes Family discuss how and why they started cultivating edible flowers and the different ways anyone can grow, eat, and sell them. You’d be surprised at how many flowers are edible and the different flavors that each one has. Start listening to find out more. We’d love to hear your […]

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  • Urban Homestead Radio: Interview with Leigh Adams

     In this episode, the Dervaes Family interview horticulturalists and sustainability advocate Leigh Adams who works with the L.A. Arboretum and with a variety of schools and programs.   We’d love to hear your feedback. Please leave ratings/reviews and comment what you think and what you’d like us to share.  THANK YOU to our podcast patrons […]

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  • The Farm Project

      The Urban Homestead will be featured in an upcoming episode with Zooey Deschanel and The Farm Project. #knowitorgrowit Can you spot Justin in the promo clip?  

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  • Urban Homestead Radio Podcast: Edible Landscaping

    The largest crop in the United States is grass, aka lawns. In this episode, the Dervaes point out the potential of so many home-based gardens and the impact it can have on the world while sharing their experience with various different types of crops…successes and failures. We’d love to hear your feedback. Please leave ratings/reviews […]

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  • Urban Homestead Radio Podcast: Sergio Gutierrez Interview

    In this episode, the Dervaes Family interview their long-time farmer friend Sergio Gutierrez who works at Wayside Farm.   We’d love to hear your feedback. Please leave ratings/reviews and comment what you think and what you’d like us to share.  THANK YOU to our podcast patrons and fans worldwide ( Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, […]

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  • Urban Homestead Radio Podcast: Homestead Happenings September 2017

    In this episode, the Dervaes Family answer questions from fans all around the world, share updates about crops and extreme weather, give shout-outs to all the different countries tuning in, and much more. Hear about all the trials and victories involved with keeping a working farm running in an urban environment. We’d love to hear […]

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