Hank Will is a farmer, scientist and author known for seeking and implementing creative solution to our farming issues. He’s written six books, dozens of peer-reviewed scientific papers and hundreds of magazine articles.
His latest book is called “Plowing With Pigs and Other Low-Budget Homesteading Solutions,” and he’s the editor of Grit Magazine.
Hank’s new book has been described as what happens when traditional knowledge is combined with MacGyver-style ingenuity. What does that mean? Hank explains.
Hank says his book isn’t just for farmers; it’s for anyone with a tiny patch of grass and wants to grow their own vegetables. Plus, find out why even city-dwellers can — and should — own their own chickens.
If you’re a dreamer or desire to have a more self-sufficient and self-reliant life, Hank says this book is for you. Plus, he said he offers lessons that even experienced practitioners will learn from.
Hank says he really wants people to know that they don’t have to buy all this stuff in order to live this life. And don’t be afraid to make mistakes and experiment.
He also offers his simple tips for cooking from scratch and building things with your own hands.
To read articles about getting started or for some delicious and easy “from scratch” recipes, click here to visit grit.com.