Jules Dervaes

Urban Homesteading: The Path to Freedom

This is a powerful story. Jules Dervaes and his family have 1/10 of an acre in Pasadena, California and half of thier homestead is filled with fruits, vegetables and animals. The Dervaes managed to produce 6,000 pounds of vegetables last year – fed themselves and earned $20,000 to boot.

This is real freedom as they produce, as they call it, “Weapons of Mass Creation.” They are as sustainable as anyone can imagine, smack in the middle of an urban setting.

Listen in and you’ll be inspired to get the Victory Garden happening this year. These people are the real deal, and come the revolution, we are pleased they are on our side. Enjoy, and as always pass this link on to everyone you care about.

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