Sponsor Brooklyn Homesteader!

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Hey there, readers!

It’s pretty weird to think about, but I’ve been blogging here at Brooklyn Homesteader for over 3 years and readership has grown steadily over that period, getting hundreds of hits daily. It’s quite a change from when I first started. I meet people often that tell me they read the blog and it always floors me. It’s an honor to have the opportunity to share my experiences with you all and I hope to continue to do so for a long time.

Anyway, as a result of our growing audience Neil and I will be modifying the website this fall to reflect the changes that have taken place here recently…namely the move, the inclusion of Michael’s contributions and also opportunities for local businesses and friends to support the new farm via sponsorships, CSA shares, class enrollment and purchases of non-perishable farm goods. (think beeswax candles, dried herbs and tinctures, salves, goat milk soap, honey, etc.)


For now, I’ll be offering a limited number of very reasonably priced 125×125 banners to select businesses, blogs, and organizations at 6 month or yearly rates or for barter (think farm supplies)! We’ve already got a few of my favorite Brooklyn-based businesses on board so far (come Sept, you can click and visit them!) so please get in touch and I’ll gladly send some information your way.

Thanks so much for following me on this journey!



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