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The most common myth about homesteading is that you have to own a large piece of land out in the country. In reality, you can start homesteading almost anywhere. Granted, you won’t be as self-sufficient as someone with a well, a huge garden, and lots of livestock, but you can at least be more self-sufficient than the average person, and everyone has to start somewhere.
In this article, Sergeant Survival shares 10 tips for homesteaders living in the city. As he points out, in many ways, city dwellers have an advantage over country folk. You can build a community, share resources, learn from others, and make new friends.
He writes, “Do you live in a subdivision or an apartment and dream of working your own land? Then you may be a future urban homesteader. The good news is there’s no need to wait, you can practice homesteading skills anywhere, from an apartment in a city to a small subdivision lot.” Follow the link below to keep reading.