A school for self-reliant skills, Joybilee Farm is a fiber farm, and artisan studio in the B.C. mountains.
On the blog you’ll find tutorials to help you embrace the homestead lifestyle of self-sufficiency, sustainability, and JOY. From herbal medicine, animal husbandry, gardening, spinning, weaving, felting, canning and putting-by for winter; you’ll find the help you need to live a frugal, creative, self sufficient life and embrace your homestead dreams. And along the way I’ll help you learn to make a living from your homestead, so that you can get out of debt and spend your days embracing your passions, doing what you love, where you want to live.
2013 Linen Festival is August 10
The annual on-farm event in celebration of friendship, fiber, and flax-linen. Its an all-day event with hands on demonstrations, a spinner circle, take home crafts, and a workshop that’s still in the planning stages. The day goes 10am to 5pm and includes a bit of history, a bit of crafting, a lot of laughing and learning, and family relationships.
Admission is by donation. Families welcome.
Camping is available at the provincial park, close by.
Bring the family for a joyfilled, creative, day at Joybilee Farm