Skip Navigation
Iowa State University Extension

Homegrown Lifestyle helps acreage owners reconnect to the land

hands holding vegetables

ISU Extension is piloting Homegrown Lifestyle for those who are eager to reconnect to the land and understand more fully where their food comes from. The 12-week course begins in April in Dallas, Johnson and Woodbury counties.

Extension educators will make weekly presentations via webinar and local extension staff members will conduct related hands-on experiences during each session. “This will be a whirlwind tour of all the topics smallholders need to consider when trying to build a sustainable personal farmscape,” said Andy Larson, ISU Extension small farm sustainability specialist and Homegrown Lifestyle co-leader.

This article appeared in April 2011 -- From Jerry Miller Newsletter