Step 3: Material Capital

The guidance provided in this section presumes you have already read the chapter on Material Capital in our book, Prosper!: How to Prepare for the Future and Create a World Worth Inheriting. If you have not, we strongly recommend doing so first.

Material Capital is the tangible "stuff" that we derive utility from. It's our homesteads, our businesses, and the tools we use.

Encapsulating all of the product recommendations for life is an overwhelming order. Instead, we're going to provide direction to where to go for those insights, based upon what you're most interested in. » Read more

Swampmama3's picture

Should we go into debt to buy connecting acreage?

I'd really like some objective advice here.  Any thoughts you have would be deeply appreciated.

PeakerSeeker's picture

Where to search land for sale?

Hey all -

I'm looking to search for land in the Northeast, both for getting a general sense of prices/availability and to find a single piece of property to eventually purchase. Any recommendations for sites or general approaches? Craigslist seems to not be the way to go...


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The Definitive Agriculture/Permaculture Thread

Several members have expressed interest in a "Definitive" thread on gardening!

Some topics have too much gravity to be "spread out" across the forums, and because no two peoples' experience with gardening and agriculture will be the same, we could all benefit from learning from one another.