Last week we had the pleasure of our cousins (well, actually, they weren’t true blood but kindred cousins) who filmed for 3 days at the Urban Homestead for an upcoming documentary about growing food that will air on France’s biggest public broadcasting station (France 5) in October. We’ll keep you
The Urban Homestead team’s got 9 whole podcast episodes already loaded in the back end and 5 of them are set to be released on June 13th. With these podcast we hope share our ups and downs, tips and tricks, and stories from our homestead, and even some live entertainment
The Urban Homestead not only has a theme song, but there’s a video to go along with it. Credits Shot & edited by Martha Sweeney. The Urban Homestead theme song was written and performed by Tom Feher. Participating musicians & vocalists: Ed Tree; Rob Sandiford; Terry Kirkman; Jimi Yamagishi; Duane
Things have been certainly hopping here at the Urban Homestead. Not only is the garden growing like crazy, thanks to blessed winter rains, but we’ve been hard at work taping 20 podcast episodes. You’ll hear about homestead happenings, we’ll answer questions, share tips, tricks, stories and have a slew of
A lot has happened over these past few months; however, one thing that remains the same is the garden in all its spring glory. Happy Spring Y’all!
Coming June 13, 2017… The Urban Homestead Podcast/Radio show! Keep your eye out for details via this blog & social media platforms on how to attend live podcast recording sessions, and so much more! Grow the Future! Be part of the HomeGrown Revolution by becoming an Urban Homestead Patron today!
Can you guess what we are up to? Stay tuned for all the exciting details!
Dear Family, Friends, Neighbors and Volunteers, Our family wishes to express our sincere gratitude to each of you who attended, helped out, donated their talent, time, food and more! There were so many special moments and tributes (See memorialhandout ), too many to list. Even though this was an emotional
“ I measure short-term success by how much I have improved at what I am doing to make my world a better place. However, I see long-term success as being measured by what others have accomplished because of what I have done.” – Jules Dervaes Spaces are limited you
Dear Friends, Family, Customers and Fans, Thank you all for the outpouring of support this past month since the death of our father, Jules Dervaes, Jr. The overwhelming number of comments, cards, calls, texts and emails, as well as donations and gifts of food, time, music, running errands, offering advice