Tuesday, 10:43 a.m.
A letter from Marjory Wildcraft
When I started, I didn't know ANYTHING about gardening or handling livestock.
I became worried about the economy, 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 wanted healthy food!
So 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, with some successes under my belt, I found myself in the role of "teacher" and "mentor" to others who were starting out on this same path. I offered workshop after workshop, teaching hundreds of people how to grow food.
Now I'd like to do the same for you ...
I can teach you what to do. And more important, what NOT to do! ;-)
I will show you what works, as well as my most costly failures ... (some that cost me THOUSANDS of dollars) ...
... So you can save money by skipping my mistakes!
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.
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, in an hour a day, I can assure you that you’ll grow a LOT.
And, if you are looking for a way to take years off your learning curve, and if you 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.
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.
Over the last decade, my message of "Home Grown Food On Every Table" has resonated with a wide range of radio and television personalities who have kindly invited me to be a regular guest on a variety shows, including:
* National Geographic's "Doomsday Preppers"
* Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
* The Blaze (radio) with Glenn Beck
* Backwoods Home Magazine radio show
* The Survival Podcast with Jack Spirko
I've also been featured by:
* Masters of Health Magazine
* Mother Earth News
* Millions Against Monsanto
* Jim Rawles, of Survival Blog
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 work with universities, missionary organizations, and NGO’s that are dedicated to teaching people how to grow their own food.
And I've also been blessed with the support of organizations with values strongly aligned with mine, including:
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?
Rainwater collection systems
Wells & ponds
Section 3: Garden
How much land do you need?
Bio-intensive gardening overview
Managing your soil fertility
Watering your garden
Managing sun, wind & shade
Vegetable varieties & seed saving
Section 4: Rabbits
Housing & protecting your rabbits
Everything you need to know about feeding
Choosing a breed
Resources for further learning
Section 5: Home Butchering
Tools your need
Butchering a rabbit
Section 6: Poultry
Feeding & watering
Chicken coops & tractors
Section 7: Farm Dogs
Farm dog training 101
Size & breeds
Section 8: Orchards, Food Forests, and Edible Landscaping
Locations & micro climates on your property
Using geese for fertility
Planting & care of trees
Section 9: Other Essentials
Solar food dehydration
Homemade herbicide test
Hog panels and tee posts
Water levels and mapping contours
Rocket stove and hay box cooker
In The Wake: a manual for outliving civilization
Unfortunately, most of us have lost touch with these skills.
And worse, we don't have many of these people in our lives anymore.
So what are your choices for reconnecting with the old ways of producing food and medicine?
You could go out and read HUNDREDS of gardening books, watch HOURS of instructional videos, and go through YEARS of expensive trial and error. (How I got started.)
Or, you can watch these jam-packed videos that will give you an in-depth, instructional tour of everything I’ve learned about growing food, while you are relaxing on your couch.
With "Grow Your Own Groceries," you 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.
But you will invest a small fraction of the (0.0013%) today...
Easy to learn, hair-on method makes soft, supple rabbit fur hides.