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On Monday March 7th through the 13th there will be an online gathering of more than 30 experts in the fields of:
Break free of the Supermarkets and Drugstores by learning about the tried and true techniques from all of these experts. You don't have anything to lose, did I mention it's FREE!!
When you register you'll also receive some pretty awesome candy:
Simple & Effective Watering Systems For Small Livestock
This report shows you how to build very simple and effective watering systems that work really well for most backyard and home scale livestock.
This is a completely off-grid system without any pumps, cords, or engines.
Top Ten Survival Crops: How To Grow Them & Save Their Seeds
This little comic book features the top ten crops that every survival gardener should be growing.
It's also funny, which you're going to appreciate when everything collapses and we're forced to eat bugs and mice while we wait for our crops to come in.
From corn to cassava, beans to potatoes, join David The Good and Chachi the demented camel for a fun look at the plants that'll save your life in a crash.
Here is some of what you can expect to learn by attending this super awesome event:
Some of the big speakers include:
Dr. Patrick Jones
And many, many more!!!
This Is A Once A Year Event, Don't Miss Your Chance To Learn From These Masters!
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Each day of the Summit, you’ll get an email invitation with a link to watch the FREE talks & interviews for that day. The free presentations will be available from 9AM EST until 8:59AM EST the following day, when the NEW daily presentations are released.
Here's the link to the schedule - http://homegrownfoodsummit.com/Schedule/
Today's free stuff is -
How Tarahumara Indians Make Tortillas, Tamales, and More
David Holladay: Widely regarded as one of the country's foremost educators in Stone Age living skills, David is a frequent lecturer, author, and consultant on primitive technologies, edible/medicinal plants, and pre-Columbian culture. He served for 18 years as head instructor at the Boulder Outdoor Survival School and was education director of Anasazi, a wilderness program for teens. David has served as a consultant for products such as Cast Away, Survivorman, Man vs. Wild, Road Rules, and numerous others, and was most recently featured on No Man's Land, a History Channel production.
Loretta Craig is living on a small homestead outside of Kansas City with her husband, Don; eight cattle; fifteen chickens; five ducks; two dogs, and a barn cat. Both she and her husband were in the military and now she works full time gardening, spreading the good news of Victory Gardens, and getting back to nature.
Keeping Chickens and Goats In The City
Kari Spencer is a popular local gardening & homesteading speaker. Both a Master Gardener and a Master Farmer, Kari enjoys sharing her passion for growing and raising food with others. In addition to teaching classes all over the city of Phoenix, she is a talented instructor and curriculum writer in the Urban Farming department at Southwest Institute of Healing Arts.
Dr. Patrick Jones
Treating The Respiratory System With Home Grown Herbs
Dr. Patrick Jones is a practicing veterinarian who owns and operates Fairview Animal Hospital in Buhl, ID. He also practices as a clinical herbalist (for man and beast). What makes Dr. Jones so amazing is that he grows the vast majority of the medicines he uses in his practice. For many years, he’s seen the power of herbs bless the lives of his patients—both animal and human! As a result, he has a passion for herbal medicine and an evangelical zeal to teach others about these wonderful plants.
Food Safety and Cottage Food Laws For Small Producers
Judith McGeary is an attorney, activist, and sustainable farmer. After earning her B.S. from Stanford University and her J.D. from the University of Texas at Austin, she clerked for a Federal Appeals Court and went on to private law practice. During that time, she became a passionate advocate of sustainable agriculture, and she and her husband established their own livestock farm.
One thing caught my attention when she said "victory gardens made it so that growing food wasn't just for the poor anymore" (paraphrased). These days I think the motto is that it isn't just for the wealthy anymore. How much times have changed, yet the solution is the same. Grow your own food.
Because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind - Seuss. Tiny ad:
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