Cranberry Vintage is a sustainable lifestyle blog and resource for those interested in building food security and sustainability while residing in zone 6 urban communities, especially economically distressed areas and food deserts.
Our mission is to provide families in urban areas with the resources they need to live a healthier lifestyle, create independence, sustainability, and food security.
On this site, we will teach you how to garden or farm in small urban spaces. Using our 1/4th acre lot, we will cover various practices and methods that you can use to grow your food, become more self-reliant, and create a more productive home.
Some Topics Covered:
Gardening for Health
Our goal is to build a community of like-minded individuals and help others live a more sustainable, self-sufficient, and simpler lifestyle.
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Hello, My name is Mea and I love the simple life. Cranberry Vintage was created to share our journey as we transition our home into an urban homestead. Join me as we go on the journey to sustainability and self-sufficiency.