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This is one of those free things that is free only if you go during the event.


EAT YOUR DIRT- ONLINE SUMMIT

March 5-11, 2017



See anybody you recognize?!

7 Days • 30+ Speakers • 48-hours Free Viewing per video • $1127 value • Purchase an All Access Pass for lifetime access

Okay, boys and girls, this is going to be awesomeness. The EAT YOUR DIRT SUMMIT has a jam-packed, star-spangled, rip-snortin' line-up of permaculture peeps, soil sleuths, and gardening gurus who are set to knock your socks off with their fountains of information and helpful tips on transforming your environment into a growing extravaganza!

Get your free ticket to the Eat Your Dirt summit HERE!

Looking for ways to transform a boring landscape into an abundant food forest? They've got that covered.



Experiencing some gardening challenges and need some guidance? Yep, that, too.



Want to increase the healthy foods you feed yourself and your family? Apparently, it's all in the dirt. Check it out!



This summit is all about the most important aspect of any gardening or farming venture - the soil - and how to leverage your resources, improve your soil, and grow an abundance of food.

Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to hear 30+ experts talking about how you can fix your broken soils, grow your own food, and alter the landscape for the better, forever. You can watch all of the presenter videos free for 48 hours. Then, if you just have to have more servings of this delicious smorgasbord of goodness, you can purchase an All Access Pass here for unlimited lifetime viewing pleasure!

Elaine Ingham is going to be there talking about what she does best - soil!

Brad Lancaster will be there with his brilliant take on water-harvesting earthworks and rain gardens.

Ernie & Erica Wisner will talk about their rocket mass heaters, and tips on outdoor applications.

And of course our very own Paul Wheaton will be in attendance. Twice! One live Q&A about hugelkultur, and one presentation entitled From Scary to Beautiful with Permaculture.

And a whole slew of other fascinating, knowledgeable and enthusiastic presenters will be sharing their experience and know-how with the viewers.

Each video will be posted for 48-hours for your free viewing pleasure.

Get your free ticket to the Eat Your Dirt summit here! Buy your All Access Pass here!




Can't make the time? Not a problem. You can purchase an All Access Pass for a lifetime of access to all of these videos. And, I don't know about you, but I like to watch videos over and over, for inspiration and refreshers.
 
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I've already recorded a couple of "round tables" for this event. 

During the event I'm going to be doing some live Q&A stuff.

 
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Can't wait! It looks like an amazing event.
 
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The organizer Amanda is pretty awesome too, "one of our own" with hidden depths. 
As we're getting ready to do the official interview/video with her, we keep having these great conversations about all the ways the world needs our talents and efforts, and all the ways that good science, good practice, and good networking can boost our results.  

Yours,
Erica W
 
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I don't know if I'll be able to watch it all ... it'll be my 'vacation' then, maybe I can't come online. But anyway I registered. If possible I'll watch together with the people of the Curaçao project ...
 
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If you register for free, it's limited access - you can see each presentation for the time frame when it's all coming out.
The all-access pass is lifetime access, and I believe that includes permission to use the content (like hosting a viewing night for friends or community outreach).

If you are someone who ties in with experts and tries to share good info with your community, this is a hot, generous, high-potential opportunity.  Amanda is smart, hard-working, has depth in several fields, and is giving a lot for the price. 
If we help spread the word and make this one fly, she'll be able to keep making more of these highly valuable resource libraries on different themes.


-Erica
 
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And I think that the All Access Pass is really reasonably priced before the summit starts. The price goes up later. So if you're considering purchasing the pass, click on the link in the first post, and get it before March 5th!

Great idea to share the summit with a class or group. This is the kind of thing that a group can plan around - watch one video each meeting, and then have a discussion and brainstorm. I love those kinds of things. Fun!
 
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Augh, I wish the AUD conversion didn't suck so much - I can't afford that changeover for the all access pass. Bugger! This is really great, I hope I can livewatch a few!
 
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Less than a week away and I'm getting excited!

There are several Live sessions during the week, including TWO with Paul.

If you could ask him anything about Hugulkulturs or From Scary to Beautiful with Permaculture, what would you ask? I'll be sure to bring it up at the events, but you need to snag your Free Pass to get the answers!
 
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Exciting Summit News:

More bonuses have been added to the All Access Pass. 

Do you need to update or add to your "growies" library?  Several of the speakers have published books and almost all of them are offering a discount. 

Here are just a few:

The Suburban Micro-Farm by Amy Stross
Organic Revolutionary by Grace Gershuny
Rainwater Harvesting book set by Brad Lancaster
The Hidden Half of Nature (Soil Food Web) by Anne Bikle and David Montgomery
The Gardener's Notebook by Angi Schneider (New Addition)
The Art of Gardening: Building Your Soil by Susan Vinskofski (New Addition)

Other bonuses include:
A discount on an online PDC Course
A discount on a live PDC Course in Ann Arbor, Michigan
A discount on a bag o' dirt (compost) from Hop Compost
A discount on product from Herbal Heart Apothecary (New Addition)
A discount on Sustainable digital download of the documentary
3 Free E-Guides for Seed Starting, Permaculture Plants, and Getting Your Kids to Eat Their Veggies
And, of course, a FREE digital download of Paul's Cobb rocket mass heater movie

In other news, I am working on adding some special guests to the already jam packed schedule.  Look for updates to the schedule at http://www.eatyourdirtsummit.com/sessions/


 
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Almost 11AM EST and I don't see that the "LIVE Kick-off Party" is underway.  Is it up?  If so, where?

Thank you.
 
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John Bass wrote:Almost 11AM EST and I don't see that the "LIVE Kick-off Party" is underway.  Is it up?  If so, where?

Thank you.


I was just watching it a moment ago.  And i added comments as it was going.  I got an email about it.   Did you sign up for their stuff?

 
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paul wheaton wrote:
John Bass wrote:Almost 11AM EST and I don't see that the "LIVE Kick-off Party" is underway.  Is it up?  If so, where?

Thank you.


I was just watching it a moment ago.  And i added comments as it was going.  I got an email about it.   Did you sign up for their stuff?



I did sign up...once on February 21 and then again today, when I didn't see an appropriate e-mail.  I've double-checked that the e-mail account I used is up and functional (it is) and have been checking for new e-mails, and it has received other e-mails from other senders.  I used the e-mail address 75e339e3@opayq.com.  Perhaps I should use another e-mail address?

Thank you.
 
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paul wheaton wrote:here is the link that is in the email:  



Thank you for the link.  As I mentioned previously, however, perhaps I should re-signup with a different e-mail address (?).
 
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paul wheaton wrote:check your spam fiolder?


Yeah...nothing.  I'll try all over again with a different e-mail address.

Thank you.
 
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John Bass wrote:
paul wheaton wrote:check your spam fiolder?


Yeah...nothing.  I'll try all over again with a different e-mail address.

Thank you.


Used a second e-mail address an hour-plus ago; still nothing in any of the folders.

Oh well.
 
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John Bass wrote:
Used a second e-mail address an hour-plus ago; still nothing in any of the folders.

Oh well.


I emailed amanda about it.
 
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paul wheaton wrote:
John Bass wrote:
Used a second e-mail address an hour-plus ago; still nothing in any of the folders.

Oh well.


I emailed amanda about it.


Don't bother her with it.  It's no big deal...really.

Thank you.
 
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John Bass,

I am looking into the situation.  I'm not certain why you haven't received your emails. I am also sorry it took me so long to contact you. I had a visitation today and a funeral tomorrow, which has taken up a decent amount of my time as expected.

Will you please email me at admin@solacelessons.com with all the email addresses you signed up under and which one you would like to use.

Thanks and apologies for the delay,

Amanda
 
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Amanda G Smith wrote:John Bass,

I am looking into the situation.  I'm not certain why you haven't received your emails. I am also sorry it took me so long to contact you. I had a visitation today and a funeral tomorrow, which has taken up a decent amount of my time as expected.

Will you please email me at admin@solacelessons.com with all the email addresses you signed up under and which one you would like to use.

Thanks and apologies for the delay,

Amanda


Amanda,

E-mail sent.

Thank you.
 
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i was at work Paul, how do you feel it went? as planned?
 
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I thought it went good. 

I think if you buzz out there right now you can see it and tell me what you thought.  It might disappear tomorrow.

 
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Anybody else having problems like john?  It seems like there was a big crowd.
 
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My only problem has been with viewing the live Q&As. I can see the videos with no problem. But I couldn't get the Q&A to work.
 
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Su Ba wrote:My only problem has been with viewing the live Q&As. I can see the videos with no problem. But I couldn't get the Q&A to work.


Do you mean you cannot see the Q&A video after the Q&A is over?  Or, do you mean that you could not find a way to get into the Q&A as it was going?
 
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I know that when I signed up it took me to a page that asked for money about a dozen times.   i went up and down the page to find the free stuff.   Later, the email came with a tiny link to the free stuff. 

Viva la free stuff!


 
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The Q&A does not seem watchable now that it is over.

 
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That's normal. The Q&A only shows during the live part, the will only show the video when it is in "replay" mode.
 
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So ... are all the sessions going to be this host question and speaker answer thing? They seem more like a series of interviews instead of classes. I was expecting the speakers to do presentations that I could get info from without having to wade through a conversation with the host every time. Are none of them just the speakers presenting?
 
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I did finally receive from Amanda an e-mail, at the second e-mail address I used.  Weird.  In any event, thanks for your kind assistance, Amanda, and, of course, the work put into the summit.
 
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Bill Erickson wrote:That's normal. The Q&A only shows during the live part, the will only show the video when it is in "replay" mode.



I am doing a Q&A about hugelkultur today at 11am mountain time.  This is part of the email announcement went out to everybody about that:

the video will come down after the live session, get edited, and then go back up within 24 hours of ending the presentation. You will then have acces until March 14 for this presentation on the free side and access forever on the All Access Pass side. 



I thought the panel thing yesterday was really good.  I also think I did a pretty good job of not dominating all of the conversation.

 
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Thanks!  The replay version of the Q&A is supposed to be available by 1pm EST.
 
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Tyler Ludens wrote:Thanks!  The replay version of the Q&A is supposed to be available by 1pm EST.


Did it show up?

I want to hear that it was great.  Especially the part with me.

 
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I can't seem to see it.

 
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Tyler Ludens wrote:I can't seem to see it.


I sent an email to amanda and milton to direct them to this thread.

 
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Hi Friends,

The live q&a is all edited and uploaded. I'll work with Amanda to figure out the problem. Might just not be linked yet...

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