Stephanie Curti

Well Oiled Homestead

Homestead Curious


Stephanie Curti (they/she) is a Holistic Homesteading Mentor and Holistic Life Coach empowering nonconformists to start or grow their homestead. As a 12-year homesteader, mostly in small spaces, they use a unique approach to homesteading that maximizes the use of space, centers mental health and marginalized voices, and creates holistic setups to common homesteading roadblocks. Stephanie is a parent of three, loves to cook, and enjoys researching new ideas. In their free time, they enjoy video games, going to the lake, and spending time with friends and family. You can find Stephanie most active on TikTok for livestreams and regular content or on Clubhouse speaking in the Homestead Curious Clubcast weekly.

Stephanie is speaking in Pennsylvania.


Check It Out!

Redefining Homesteading: How Gatekeeping in Homesteading Harms Communities

The unspoken pressure in mainstream homesteading to “keep up” with the big homesteaders can negatively impact our homestead, mental health, families, and perception of who we are as homesteaders. By redefining homesteading and creating more inclusivity we can change that conversation, tap into our unique journey, and thrive in that space.
Modern Homesteading

Speaking At:

Pennsylvania, Sunday 3:30-4:30 p.m., Modern Homesteading Stage

Decreasing our Footprint: Using pallets and other multi purpose supplies on the homestead

As homesteaders, we should always be looking for ways to increase our sustainability. One of the best ways to do that is to utilize supplies that are generally easy to acquire and have diverse (and realistic) uses. Stephanie Curti of Well Oiled Homestead shares what multipurpose tools they have found to be most impactful on their homestead and leads an open dialogue with the audience on their experiences.
Modern Homesteading

Speaking At:

Pennsylvania, Friday 12:30-1:30 p.m., Building and Energy Stage

Cutting Through the Weeds: What you DON’T need to start homesteading

Are you overwhelmed with all the info and options for starting homesteading? Everyone tells you something different that you need to start or should start doing first. Instead of another discussion on what you do need, let’s talk about what you DON’T need. Homesteading can be simplistic and not overwhelming if you let it.
Modern Homesteading

Speaking At:

Pennsylvania, Saturday 10:00-11:00 a.m., Modern Homesteading Stage