Found this set of videos by Marjory Wildcraft of Back Yard Food Production . Did a search and didn't find anything posted on her.
Marjory Wildcraft promotes organic agriculture and sustainable living. She and her husband, Dave, are former real estate investors. Back in 2002, she
& her husband were worried at the potential instability of the financial markets and peak oil. They decided to make some changes and they liquefied
their assets, bought land in Bastrop County and moved their family of four to their new homestead and learned to live sustainably.
She is a nationally recognized expert in backyard food production, Marjory Wildcraft talks about why she believes the cost of groceries will likely
double in 2011, and what people can do to prepare for it.
edit on 14-6-2011 by Reevster because: (no reason given)
Ya , a little dirt wont hurt you. I grew up in the country and as a kid I was outside most of the time playing with the kids around the area, we got
dirty and loved it lol. When we took baths there was lots of dirt left behind in the tube...hehe , my poor mother......
If you knew how to make everything yourself, you wouldn't need to steal.
Exactly! Exactly! This is a brilliant statement! /applause
Admittedly, I haven't had a chance to watch the vids because I can't get them at work, but I shall when I get home. I hope she talks about
composting - because food waste processing is a big part of self-sufficiency.
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