Rural Revolution with Patrice Lewis

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Patrice Lewis is a wife, mother, homesteader, homeschooler, author, blogger, columnist, and speaker. An advocate of simple living and self-sufficiency, she and her husband Don operate a home-based woodcraft business and farm twenty acres in rural north Idaho. Patrice and her husband have been married 24 years and have two daughters, 16 and 18.

These are her musing on rural life and prepping on a homestead.

You can follow her blog at

Rural Revolution: 11th Episode

December 3, 2014:

Rural Revolution: The Secret to a Simple Life

November 20, 2014:  This week Patrice talks about the secrets to creating a simple life.

Rural Revolution: Starting an Online Information Based Business

November 13, 2014:

Rural Revolution: The Lessons of Laura

Rural Revolution: P1010075October 30, 2014:  Join Patrice Lewis as she attempts to imitate the low-tech skills of the pioneers, including Laura Ingalls Wilder.

Rural Revolution: Is it Hoarding or Prepping?

Rural Revolution: P1020871October 23, 2014: What’s the difference between Hoarding and Prepping?  Patrice Lewis examines what distinguishes the two and why Prepping is important.

Rural Revolution: Reasons to Homeschool

October 16, 2014:

Rural Revolution: Why Make the Choice to Homestead

October 9, 2014:

Rural Revolution: Fall Gardening Preps and Assessments

October 2, 2014:

Rural Revolution: Looking Meat in the Eye

P1130302September 25, 2014: What’s it like to raise your own homestead meat? Patrice Lewis describes the ethics of “looking meat in the eye.”