ANTH 300CE – Homesteading in the Modern World

Schedule: Mondays, 4pm

Start Date: August 28, 2023

Location: Carter Center for Health Sciences, Room 221, 200 W Evans St, Florence, SC 29501 | open in Google Maps

Faculty: Dr. Greg Pryor | | 843-661-1403

Credits: 3

When President Lincoln signed the Homestead Act in 1862, millions of settlers claimed land across the United States with the goal of becoming self-sufficient. Like those early homesteaders, modern homesteaders strive to become more self-reliant and to live more in tune with nature. You might be interested in gardening, raising chickens, or beekeeping. Or perhaps you’d like to learn how to make your own soap, candles, cheese, or wine from simple ingredients.

In this course, you’ll learn those things, and so much more. Whether you live in the city, the suburbs, or the country, you will gain the knowledge and experience to do those things on your own homestead, step by step.

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