I have been asked to meet with a reporter for an interveiw in about 2 weeks, and I am a little lost as to what I should point out as good about this way of life, and >>what I should not say<< the reporter is coming to my farm with a photografter, and I am trying to get things prettied up, what would you like to read about in such an artical? I don't have a refridgerator, I freerange everything but the rabbits. the little garden is nice this year, the big one is slowly coming around. the solar electric stuff was something the reporter mentioned. I want to be a good example, not a bad one..... other than getting things as pretty as I can around here, I go a bit blank, I have been getting some feedback from homesteading friends close by, and thought to ask here too, this forum is full of really good ideas. I just do what I do and don't think much about the why or how, until someone ask's a question. I don't want to wait for the reporter to ask something that might make homesteading look bad. I want to be able to steer the conversation somewhat and not let the reporter run over me due to being unprepaired. I expect it will go better if I have an agenda to follow and can keep the tour moving along at a smooth clip. rather than just letting the reporter have full control. Ideas?