Microholding could become the next 'big thing' and we want to see it happen.
With more and more people getting back to basics, growing their own fruit and vegetables, rearing garden hens, foraging and preserving, there has never been a better time to start planning to create your very own microholding. (It's like a tiny smallholding.)
Frugaldom is about getting back to nature and becoming as self-sufficient as possible, so that means growing as much as possible by way of fruit, vegetables and herbs plus rearing poultry in sufficient numbers to produce enough eggs for home use and surplus for selling to help cover costs. I would keep things like bees and goats, but practicalities don't permit.
However our garden turns out, we want to be able to share the trials and tribulations of setting everything up with other followers of frugal living.
Now, however, we are planning on creating our first real microholding and would love to be able to feature part of what that entails on a live video feed. Not being technically minded, I haven't a clue where to start. As yet, I don't even know how to get a video uploaded onto You Tube!