It takes a village to raise a child, but living rurally means many mums feel isolated during their motherhood journey.
Too many women don’t have access to adequate postnatal support, including the opportunity to form meaningful connections with other rural mums.
Motherland’s mission is to eliminate the crippling isolation many rural mums face by connecting them to a supportive online community and offering a mothers group program that every rural mum can access, regardless of her location.
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Welcome to Motherland! I’m Steph, and I live on a farm in Central North Tasmania with my husband Sam and our little boy Elliot, and little girl Evie.
Becoming a mum was a baptism of fire for me, and I wasn’t at all prepared for the unique challenges that come with raising kids on the land. With no family, friends or mothers groups nearby to support me, it soon became very clear that too many rural mums are raising their children without a village, and they desperately need one.
So I wanted to do something about it.