Sailing the Homeschool Seas with Capt. Brent DeRidder – 036

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Episode 36 sees the Liberty Hippie and Brent DeRidder of the Libertarian Party of North Carolina talking about homeschooling, and some future plans of Brent’s to help spread the message of liberty while seeing the country and educating his children. Brent also shares the story that caused him and his wife to remove their children from public school, and it is astounding.

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Link to show notes for episode 35 with Kate Kavanaugh of Western Daughters Butcher Shoppe.

A Good View Quarter Update: #1 9/19

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The first of our monthly installments of updates from the Good View Quarter. We talked about the state of our garden, lessons learned from our goats, and potential future projects as well as some of the challenges we’re facing both homesteading and homeschooling.

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Learning in Color with Samantha Shank – 034

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In episode 34 we take our first swing at some curriculum talk as we chat with homeschooling graduate, entrepreneur and creator of Learn in Color, Samantha Shank. She started Learn in Color at the age of 14 and over the last five years has created a magnificent resource of both free and per peice items. Samantha offers many free work sheets and resources, while asking a small fee for others. Samantha is an inspiring young entrepreneur and Learn in Color is a vualuable resource for any homescooler to take note of.

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Link to show notes for episode 33 with the Julian.

Chillin’ with Julian on a Northwest Homestead – 033

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Episode 33 sees the Liberty Hippie joined by Julian, who maintains a homestead in the Northwest, and unschools his daughter. They talked about a number of different skills that help on the homestead, and ways to learn new skills and remember old.

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Tasting Homeschool with Jacob Linzy – 032

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For episode 32 we sat down with one of the co-hosts of Tasting Anarchy, co-organizer of Childeberg, and co-parent to two Shiba Inu’s, Jacob Linzy. Jacob started out in public school, but eventually found his way to homeschooling. We talked about making that transition and Jacob’s journey back to the public school system when he reached high school. And of course, we discussed a multitude of other things homeschool related and not.

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Link to show notes for episode 31 with White Mountains Livestock Company.

Texas Homeschooling with Rachel Kennerly – 030

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Today’s guest is the host of a wonderful podcast called Cannabis Heals Me, Rachel Kennerly. Rachel and I talked about her school experience in public and private school, and then her experience as a mother with a child in the public school system. We discussed the pros and cons before examining why her family decided that homeschool was the right choice for their son.

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Link to show notes for episode 29 with the Bentley Christie.

Transitioning with the Homeschool to College Coach – 028

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For episode 28 the Liberty Hippie reached out to the Homeschool To College Coach, Ms. Lisa Marie to talk about getting homeschooled kids into college. Lisa is a homeschooling mother of over seventeen years who experienced some of the confusion and unsureness that comes when it’s time for a homeschooled student to apply to college. Through her experience she decided it was a worthy cause to become a college admissions advisor to lend her knowledge and skills to other homeschool families trying to navigate the murky waters of college entrance.

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Link to show notes for episode 27 with Mike Barnhouse.

Talking Autism with Luke Tatum – 026

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It’s episode 26, and the Liberty Hippie is talking to Luke Tatum of the Culture of Peace podcast about homeschooling! Luke and his wife homeschool their eight year old son with Autism. We talked about different programs and resources they use to aid in the homeschooling process, and why they decided to take the homeschooling path instead of pushing him into a public school classroom.

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Link to show notes for episode 25 with Dan Weisgarber.

Tiddling Along With the Tuttle Twins’ Connor Boyack – 024

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Episode 24 finds the Liberty Hippie taking to the president of the Libertas Institution, and author of “Lessons from a Lemonade Stand,” “Passion-Driven Education,” and, of course, The Tuttle Twins series. We talked about how he ended up deciding that homeschooling was the correct decision for his children, and how he came to write the Tuttle Twins, and the importance of teaching children about liberty and sound economics. Pay attention for a future announcement when Connor’s new game to supplement the Tuttle Twin’s series comes out.

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As this was a shorter episode, the Liberty Hippie would be remiss to not talk about some environmental issues, and he does so examining the International Joint Commission’s handling of flooding along the St. Lawrence river and Great Lakes area.

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Link to show notes for episode 23 with Brian Engelman.

Homeschool to Higher Ed with Kayla Fox – 020

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This week on Homesteads and Homeschools, the Liberty Hippie is joined by former homeschooler, currently in pursuit of a PhD, Kayla Fox. Kayla is from Texas and went did her undergrad work near home before venturing north to Montana for some of her PhD work. We discussed some of her experiences homeschooling, as well as her experiences making the transition from homeschool to college.

After the interview with Kayla, the Liberty Hippie talks about some politicians in Kentucky trying to meddle in some homeschool affairs by hindering the ability of “truant” students to be removed from public school and enrolled in an homeschool program.

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If you’re enjoying the show, please support it by becoming a patron on Patreon and get access to bonus shows, seeds, and merchandise (and if you don’t like Patreon, you can sign up to support the show on BitBacker!) You can also do your Amazon shopping through our Amazon link. Please subscribe and leave a review on the Apple iTunes Store (or on any podcatcher, though iTunes is the most important). You can also like us on facebook and share the show from there. We are on Twitter as @HSandHSpod, and sometimes even on Instagram, too. And don’t forget to join the The Homesteaded Homeschool Forum to be a part of the conversation.And don’t forget to pay Nicky P. a visit either at Sounds Like Liberty, or on bandcamp, and pick up a subscription to the Freedom Song 365 project.

Link to show notes for episode 19, the Urban Homesteader’s Nightmare.