You Can Easily Grow Healthy Nutritious Food In Your Backyard In Less Than An Hour A Day

I'll Show You How I create Organic Food For My Family Of Four, And How I Became Free Of Food Inflation

(You can do it too, even if you are just a beginner with nothing but a dream)

From Marjory Wildcraft

RE: The Easiest, Most Practical System To Grow Delicious, Healthy, Clean Food

Dear Friend,

Hi, I am Marjory Wildcraft.

I didn’t start out knowing anything about gardening or handling livestock.

I became worried about the economy, possible pandemics, peak oil, and a host of other issues. Then I learned about GMO’s, pink slime, hormones, and toxic chemicals in the food supply.  I felt unbelievably vulnerable when I realized how dependent I was on huge, corporate agri-business for my food, and how fragile that vast system is. I wanted out!

I want healthy food!  I began in earnest to research and implement every kind of food production method I could find.

At first I was taking every workshop, reading every book, and visiting all kinds of farmers, homesteaders, survivalists, and gardeners – and then going home and trying it for myself. Initially I had a lot of failures. But I kept at it, and after a while I started producing.

Then I found myself being the teacher. I offered workshop after workshop teaching hundreds of people how to grow food.

I can teach you what to do and, more importantly, what not to do. I will show you what works and more importantly, my failures, some of them very costly (to the tune of thousands of dollars) so you never have to make them yourself.

Homegrown Food Regularly At My Dinner Table

am at the dining room table just about to eat dinner. I’ve just popped out the back door and picked some lettuce and other greens to make a quick salad that doesn’t even need washing as it was grown with pure rainwater in all organic soil. As I put the bowl on the table I realize with pride that almost everything in this fresh, delicious, nutritious meal was grown by me or my family.
My thanks and gratitude are heartfelt. I glance out the back door and a feel a deep sense of security knowing the whole yard is filled with edible, useful, or medicinal plants and animals. In my kitchen and pantry, stuffed into every cupboard, are jars of fruit, vegetables, and meat I’ve canned and stored away.
 

My body is growing stronger and healthier from working in the fresh air, and the higher nutrition I am getting from the food I eat. I see a spark in my kids eyes that seem to be missing in other children who only eat the processed grocery store stuff.

The above scenario is not a fairy tale. It happens regularly at my dinner table at home. Keep reading and I’ll show you how you can have this too. I have successfully taught thousands of other people how to grow their own groceries.

A Quick Word Of Warning First

Growing your own food does take some time to master. And it definitely requires dedication.  To grow enough for your entire family it will take more than an hour per day – but that is a good amount to start with and you’ll grow a lot.

And, if you are looking for a way to take years off your learning curve, and are ready to finally take that shot at your dreams, there is no better way to get up to speed quickly than the methods that I’ll show you.

This system is specially designed for you to be able to produce an abundance of vegetables, fruits, nuts, meats, and eggs simply and easily without buying a lot of ‘stuff’. These methods are sustainable and work even if the unthinkable happens.

Almost every other gardening, livestock, or food production method assumes you’ll spend a lot of money at garden centers, using feed that has GMO’s in it, buying tractors or tillers, and more.  Even a lot of ‘organic’ systems expect you’ll be spending a lot on special fertilizers and pesticides.  They teach you methods that simply keep you more dependent on the very system you are wanting to be free of.

I focus specifically on how to grow deeply nutritious, organic, clean food in a truly sustainable way – which means you’ll be able to grow food in good times or even if things get difficult.

Who Is Marjory Wildcraft?
I was featured as an expert in sustainable living on National Geographic’s hit show “Doomsday Preppers” (season finale for year two).  I’ve been interviewed and written about by Mother Earth News.I am a regular guest on Coast to Coast AM, and I also do shows with Backwoods Home Magazine radio.  I work with groups such as the Transition Town Movement, The Organic Consumers Association (Millions Against Monsanto), and The Natural News with Mike Adams.Many people in the survival and preparedness community fully endorse my work – such as Jack Spirko, host of The Survival Podcast. Jim Rawles of SurvivalBlog (perhaps the most famous survivalist in the world) fully recommends my work.
Even Alex Jones of infowars.com says “this video set is for anyone who wants to get out of the Control Gird – I highly recommend it”.

I also work with Universities, missionary organizations, and NGO’s that are dedicated to teaching people how to grow their own food.  The video set I created has over 300,000 copies being used in more than 30 countries around the world.​​​​​​​
Watching these DVD’s is the fastest way to learn to grow food – guaranteed.
Testimonials
Here's Just A Little Of What You'll Discover 
Grow healthy, Safe, Organic Food In Your Backyard In Less Than An Hour Per Day
The Easiest Gardening Method Which Produces The Most Food With The Least Amount Of Work
How To Turn Any Soil Into Fertile Black Gold
Producing Healthy Meat And Eggs With Little Or No Feed
What You Shouldn't Do And The Biggest Mistakes To Avoid
Proven Techniques For Protecting Your Bounty From Predators
How To Water Your Garden So You Can Use Less Water But Still Get Great Yields
Home Buthchering So Simple, Even The Kids Can Do It
Free Food From Edible Landscping and Food Forests
Much, much more...
Watch This Short 3 Minute Trailer And See For Yourself:
Here is the full table of contents for the
two DVD’s that come with the set:

Section 1: Overview

·         Why we began this journey

·         Soil types and climate of the site

 

Section 2: Water

·         Water sources and qualities of water

·         How much water do you need?

·         Rain water collection systems

·         Wells

·         Ponds

 

Section 3: Garden

·         Garden location

·         Size – how much area do you need?

·         Bio-Intensive gardening overview

·         Fertility

·         Watering the garden

·         Wind

·         Sun and shade

·         Bugs and insects

·         Vegetable varieties and seed saving

·         Getting started

 

Section 4: Rabbits

·         Housing and protection

·         Watering systems

·         Feeding

·         Breeds

·         Reproduction

·         Other resources

 

Section 5: Home Butchering

·         Tools

·         Butchering a rabbit

·         Tanning hides

·         Butchering poultry

·         Other animals

 

Section 6: Poultry

·         Chicken breeds

·         Feeding

·         Watering

·         Housing and egg collecting

·         Predator protection

·         Getting started

 

Section 7: Dogs

·         Why dogs?

·         Dog training

·         Feeding

·         Housing

·         Size and breeds

·         Final thoughts

 

Section 8: Perennials: Orchards, Food Forests, and Edible Landscaping

·         Locations and micro climates

·         Watering

·         Fertility

·         Using geese for fertility

·         Tree varieties

·         Planting and care of trees

·         Getting started

 

Section 9: Other Essentials

·         Calorie crops

·         Solar food dehydration

·         Home made herbicide test

·         Fire ants

·         Injuries

·         Hog panels and tee posts

·         Water levels and mapping contours

·         Rocket stove and hay box cooker

·         In The Wake; a manual for outliving civilization

·         Propagating leuceana

I’m Not The First Person To Do This
Not long ago, our grandparents knew how to grow food, provided for their own medical needs and were largely self sufficient. They knew how to feed themselves, how to take care of animals, what to plant and what to do when something went wrong.

Unfortunately, most of us don’t have those people in our lives anymore.

You could go out and read HUNDREDS of gardening books, watch HOURS of instructional videos, and go through YEARS of expensive trial and error.

Or…

Watch these jammed packed videos that will give you everything I’ve learned about growing food, while you are relaxing on your couch.

No fluff and NO B.S.

Just get the raw information and step-by-step instructions you need to get all the fresh produce, delicious meats, eggs, fruits and nuts you can eat. 

It could cost you thousands of dollars getting all the books, videos, and taking all the classes you need to learn these basic skills. And most of that information will not be useful in a grid down situation.

​​​​​​​It took me almost a decade of research, and at least $30,000 to gain the knowledge I’ve put into these videos.

According to the USDA, the average family
of four spends $15,429 per year on food.

If you are like any average family in the US, you spend thousands of dollars each year on groceries. And lets face it, the quality and cleanliness of that store bought food is often doubtful. Studies have shown that the nutritional content of the conventional food supply has been dropping for decades. Not to mention that the cost of food is increasing rapidly. Many experts are even predicting hyper-inflation and currency collapse which would make buying food almost impossible.

Being able to grow your own food is like being able to print you own money!

When I taught workshops I charged up to $500 per person.

How much is a healthy, clean, nutritious food supply worth to you and your family?

Would you pay $100’s of dollars?

It is almost unbelievable that you can have this entire jammed packed video set today for only $67.

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Catfish Ponds
Stocking and managing catfish in small ponds of 1 acre or less for trouble-free fish dinners on Friday night.
Seed Saving Guide
Never have to buy seeds again and breed your own special varieties of vegetables.
Homemade Insecticide That Works
Combine these simple ingredients and have a pest free garden.
Free Food
Making Acorns Taste Delicious! How to process acorns for pancakes, breads, and stew thickener.
How To Tan A Rabbit Skin

Easy to learn, hair-on method makes soft, supple rabbit fur hides.

Now It's Time To Choose Which Option Is Best For You
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