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Welcome to the Sustainable Living Podcast. We are thrilled to have you here!

Are your ready to change the world? Or maybe thinking about it?

Let's do it together.

Our goal is to create a community where we can learn from and inspire each other.

We are Marianne and Jenise and are so honored that you are listening to our Podcast.

Thank you!

Marianne and Jenise


Mar 12, 2019

Mike, a disabled Veteran, is building a Homestead in the South after losing his home due to his injuries.

He used recycled building materials like pallets to build immediate shelters for his extended family.

Eventually, he is planning on building weatherproof dome houses with Aircrete blocks. In this episode, Mike...

Oct 19, 2018

Teri is a long time homesteader and homesteading blogger known as Homestead-Honey.

Here is the bio from her book that tells you more about her:

"Teri Page is the blogger behind the popular homesteading website, Her homesteading adventures have taken her from Oregon, where she planted her first...

Aug 24, 2018

Claire is telling us about aging on a homestead and the trials and tribulations. In this episode, her farm and animals are threatened by a wildfire - and then, there is a surprise.


This is a rather short episode again. My voice is still not up to snuff. Hopefully, by next week, we are back to normal.


We love your...

Nov 9, 2017

Joel Salatin is maybe the most famous farmer of today. Many who want to farm sustainably are learning from Joel. He is a farmer, an author, a speaker and a great person all around.

May 17, 2017

Episode 95 - Healthy, Handmade Food

As a child, my experiences with healthy, handmade food were few and far between.

My mom would be the first to say that cooking was not her forte'.  But , thankfully,  Mr. Swanson, Mrs. Stouffers and many others provided pre-cooked meals that could be bought at the super market and...