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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Patrice Lewis. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Patrice Lewis, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Patrice Lewis. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Patrice Lewis, often where they are interviewed.

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Interesting People featuring Patrice Lewis - Politicking

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Join me as I chat with Patrice Lewis about our govermental system. She gives a wonderful civics lesson on why it's SO important to vote, she discusses how a bill becomes a law and soooooo any other things!!!! You don't want to miss this one!

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Jul 31 2020 · 1hr 26mins
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Community Quotes: Patrice Lewis

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Find out more about Patrice Lewis and her mission to improve the lives of women as Executive Director for a local non-profit organization in this week's podcast edition of Community Quotes.

Sep 26 2018 ·
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Patrice Lewis | Rural Revolution | Woodcraft Entrepreneur | Homesteading

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Welcome to Episode 3. In this episode, you'll hear the story of how a monster traffic jam in Sacramento sparked a rural revolution in Idaho.
Patrice Lewis sat in a monster Sacramento traffic jam and reached her tipping point. Patrice was a project coordinator for an agricultural research firm in Sacramento.Her husband, Don, was a geologist with a geo-engineering firm.

They entered their respective fields because they loved the outdoors.But, as they sat in traffic with the heat waves rising from the asphalt, they realized the truth.They rarely got to be outdoors.

It had begun to gnaw at them. The commute. The flickering fluorescent lights. The cubicles. And the crowds.

They reached the tipping point--and fled. First to Oregon, but later deeper into the wilderness to an Idaho homestead.
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When they fled they were young, idealistic newlyweds. But they were also broke, and with no jobs available where they moved, they had to learn to take care of themselves.

Patrice and Don mastered the "Three H's" of self-sufficiency: homeschooling, homesteading and home-based business.

Their woodcraft business (they make medieval wooden tankards) has now sustained them for over two decades. But Patrice and Don also mastered the concept of multiple-streams of income, and earn money freelance writing, selling grassfed beef and other ways.

Keep up with their journey on Patrice's blog, rural-revolution.com.
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Resources Relevant to This Episode

Rural-Revolution Blog
The Simplicity Primer by Patrice Lewis
Rural-Revolution's Country Living Series of Books
Making Soap From Scratch: How to Make Handmade Soap-A Beginner's Guide
How to Make Money Homesteading by Tim Young
The Accidental Farmers by Tim Young
Start Prepping by Tim Young

Production Credits

Story written by Tim Young

Music Credits

Theme Song - Opting Out Today - Lyrics by Tim Young
Other royalty-free music by www.bensound.com, Kevin MacLeod, Nicolai Heidlas & Audionautix
Sep 15 2016 · 51mins
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2012-03-29 Patrice Lewis Pt.1

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''Sins of the Parents'' Interview with Patrice Lewis, Pt.1.
Mar 31 2012 ·
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2012-03-30 Patrice Lewis Simplicity

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Patrice Lewis Interview Pt. 2. Patrice talks about her book, ''The Simplicity Primer'', and how to simplify our lives by making good choices.
Mar 31 2012 ·