Homestead Further Frost, 15 months old, has grown up on a 7 acre plot of land off the grid with his parents and regularly roams about without shoes. "He has some pretty tough feet from walking on rocks and wood," Hannah said. (Photo by Nicole Boliaux) Inside his homemade greenhouse, Jesse Frost, 32, waters seedlings for his garden. The Frost family lives off the grid in Gamaliel, Ky growing organic produce and living sustainably. The Frost family takes a break to rest and feed Further. Hannah and Jesse have long days on the farmstead, Jesse wakes at four in the morning to write for the farmer's magazines he freelances for and Hannah gets further up at six to start the day. Hannah first started as a bee keeper and joined Buggtussle Farm as an intern to learn about the process of growing organic produce where she met Jesse and they fell in love. Walking through the woods to their mailbox about 400 feet from the entrance to their homemade cabin. They have been checking the mail often lately because they applied for a loan through the Federal Government and are expecting to hear back soon. Neighbors from the Bugtussle Farm down the road stop by on their way to get the mail to play with Further. Hannah and Jesse met on an internship at Bugtussle farms where they learned how to work on an organic farm. When it frosts at night plants can die, severely hurting the farm financially. In order to protect the plants Hannah and Jesse cover them. Jesse presses his and Further's hands into the pile of new organic compost he bought. They are applying for their Organic certification and need organic certified compost. Chicken and gennies roam the farm as Further looks out the front door of the cabin. Using a headlamp to see, Hannah changes Further's diaper on their couch/bed in their handmade cabin.