We want to help you become more self-sufficient by providing not only practical, but also trustable guides and inspiration created by people who also believe in this lifestyle.
At MorningChores, we want to open all the information and stories you need to know to growing a thriving garden, raising a healthy livestock, building things by yourself, saving money without pinching pennies, and learning new skills that will make your life easier.
We know how important it is to water your plants the right way and feed your livestock properly—because we've been there too. That's why we make sure our guides are written by people who actually grow plants or raise animals in their own farm, and fact-checked by the experts on the field.
You can depend on us to provide field-tested content with genuine care that will guide and inspire you to become self-reliant or at least just a little bit healthier.
Meet Our Team
Our team comes from different place all over the country (and world!) with different backgrounds, but we all have one thing in common: we want to share our knowledge and experience in becoming self-reliant for millions of people around the world.
Jennifer started a homestead in the foothills of North Carolina in 2010. She started with chickens, and the more she got into raising and growing their own, the more she loved it. Now, she keeps a variety of animals including ducks, goats, and pigs, with a thriving garden where she get most of the food for her family. Her book, The Homestead Companion, is a great read to get started into homesteading.
Tasha is a homesteader since 2014 in Lowgap, North Carolina where she raises dairy goats, pigs, chickens, ducks, worms, and turkeys. She is also a Master Gardener Volunteer, co-authored several books about backyard chickens, and teaches classes in her community related to Edible Landscaping, Organic Gardening, and Introductions to Permaculture.
Ame lives off the grid in her beautiful farm in Falmouth, Kentucky. She has been gardening for over 30 years and has grown vegetables, fruits, herbs, flowers, and ornamentals. She also participated in Farmers Markets, CSA, and taught gardening classes. She founded Fox Run Environmental Education Center where she teaches environmental education programs and manage the wildlife rehabilitation program.
Bethany is a suburban homesteader who grows over 30 types of vegetables in her garden every year. Her garden is large enough to provide half of the vegetables needed to feed her family of six for the entire year. She practices organic gardening without the use of any pesticide and chemical.
Steph is a certified Square Food Gardening Instructor who has been gardening for more than 10 years in Canada where the winters are long and cold, and the summers are unpredictable. She is a volunteer for her community's Incredible Edible project. In the past she created an educational gardening space for seniors and taught classes at a local community center where she created her own curriculum and activities. She participated in several local municipal garden days where she set up a booth to educate citizens about the joy of gardening.
Craig is a self-sufficiency gardener who lives in Auckland, New Zealand. He has six vegetable gardens, a 7-meter glass house, and 35-tree orchard that provide food for his family. All spray-free. He is a prepper who likes strange plants and experiment with heritage plants to save seeds.