Sustainability Blogs

The best blogs about sustainability, climate change, reducing your carbon footprint, sustainable living, and growing your own food. You’ll also find DIY beauty products, healthy recipes, eco-friendly product reviews, and ethical fashion advice.

// This list features 27 blogs
Earthava

Earthava was started by Sam, a passionate 26-year-old environmentalist & archeologist. Her goal is to increase awareness about renewable energy and how it can ultimately save our planet. I’m pretty sure she answers every question you’ve ever had about renewable energy on her blog. It’s brilliant!

Survival Sherpa

Todd Walker is an outdoor enthusiast, who lives a primal/paleo lifestyle and blogs about self-reliance and wilderness survival. His blog will teach you primitive DIY technology, sustainability, and preparedness for outdoor adventures. You’ll also learn to improve your fire craft & woodwork skills.

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    Lady Lee’s Home

    Lady Lee’s blog centers mainly on growing your own food, preserving it, canning it, freezing it, and creating delicious recipes from your own garden. She also shares essential oil remedies, guidance on homesteading sustainability, and practical steps to reach your self-sufficiency goals.

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      Hillsborough Homesteading

      Lauren, her husband, and their young family have only recently begun their homesteading journey, and the tips Lauren shares are well worth it for fellow beginners. She shares her gardening, foraging, and canning advice, as well as how she homeschools the kids and natural herbal remedies.

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        Life At Cobble Hill Farm

        Staci & her husband began their homesteading lifestyle in 2018 and blog about their journey thus far.  Growing their own food, cooking almost every meal from scratch, natural living, environmental awareness, and producing soap & skincare as a business, are just some of the topics they blog about.

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          The Elliot Homestead

          Homesteading life is not always glamorous or clean, but for the Elliot family, life is entertaining, beautiful, and inspiring. And mom Shay, delights in sharing her garden growing tips, & animal care advice, along with delicious recipes, her dreams, confessions, natural wellness, and home life.

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            The Homesteading Hippy

            Heather started blogging about her homestead & off-the-grid lifestyle in 2006, and she’s happy for you to learn from all the mistakes she’s made. You’ll find heaps of interesting insights and tips about growing your own food & storing it, as well as homeschooling, livestock advice, and natural living.

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              The Prairie Homestead

              Whether it’s canning, milking cows, raising chickens, or some good old-fashioned parenting advice, Jill’s blog is a treasure trove of homesteading insights. She & her husband were not natural country people, but their down-to-earth advice & lifestyle are the perfect inspiration for new homesteaders.

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                Cookie and Kate

                Vegetarian & whole food fan, Kate, is totally obsessed with good, healthy food, and started this blog in 2010 to share her passion. Cookie is her canine four-legged assistant, and together they have grown a huge following for their delicious & wholesome vegetarian recipes.

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                  Sew Liberated

                  Sew Liberty is all about slow fashion, stylish sustainability, and enjoying the art of making your own clothes as an act of self-care. Meg McElwee shares sewing patterns, tutorials, and an online course called the Mindful Wardrobe Project, which aims to heal women’s relationships with clothing.