Pagan Homesteading

Pagan sustainable living and modern homesteading.

Pagan sustainable living and modern homesteading.
Posting Access:
All Members , Moderated
This is a community for pagans, heathens, and other persons whose spirituality calls them to a more intimate relationship with the land and how we live with it. Topics often range from gardening to communicating with the wide range of the land's beings, whether one is urban, rural, or in the wilderness.


  • Constructive criticism is fine, but personal attacks will not be tolerated

  • Please try to at least relate your posts to the topic.

  • No prosetlyzing will be tolerated. This is for sharing, not converting.

  • This community is maintained by sena_hrafn


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