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A youtube channel I've been digging lately is SkillCult.

I stumbled across it looking for info on trailman crabapples. I've mostly been watching his videos on apples and potato onions, but he has videos on a wide variety of homesteading skills.

His videos are pretty high quality, and it appears that he's been releasing them regularly for a while now. It's surprising that he hasn't been getting more views.

One thing I personally enjoy about his videos is that he is mellow without being boring. I enjoy loud, energetic youtubers as well. They do a good job of getting me excited. It seems that the high energy, big personality types are now the norm on youtube so it is refreshing to find someone who's videos are a little more laid back.

He also has a blog, but I haven't done any reading on that yet.
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I subscribe to this guy as well. All his videos are interesting and generally educational. I think he spends a lot of time editing them to remove boring bits and dead spots where he's searching for what to say, and it pays off.

I think he got some attention in past threads about growing apples from seed - maybe even some about grafting lots and lots of varieties to one tree.
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