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Later today I will put up one with heidi bohan making a nettle-salmon soup with lots of native ingredients.

I have another video with helen atthowe ready for upload.  This time on living mulches.

I have 14 more short videos all ready for upload that are from me talking in front of that group in missoula.  But I think these are kinda lame, so I'll just let the sit in the hopper for a while.

I have lots of raw footage of all sorts of awesome stuff.  Including enough of helen for eight more videos.  Plus helen and larry korn talking about their experiences with masanobu fukuoka.  I have video of a chicken eating a mouse.  I have rick valley talking about oaks vs. conifers and seven other topics.  I have jacqueline freeman demonstrating a technique to get bees to leave you alone.  I have a group of people that biked 3000 miles to missoula in the name of sustainability - my focus is on the plastic buckets they rigged up into paniers and how they have held up for 3000 miles.  I have footage for three more videos from brian kerkvliet (pigs eating slugs, chickens and greens, rhubarb).  I have footage of rick valley and heidi bohan talking more about camas.  Chris Wolf on chicken paddocks.  I've been working on a big chicken video for over a year.  New footage from cobville.  A bunch of material about concerns about conifers.  Footage for a favorite restaurant in missoula that did a wonderful thing for me.  footage for using hay on a lawn.  Stuff about the different flavors of honey.  A crazy beautiful garden in bellingham.  Advice for interns/wwoofers.  Kiko denzer on a good cob oven fire; and on his kneading technique for simple breads.  A tiny house in the woods 8x18 insulated with wool.  An urban micro coop I made.  A retired flour mill wheel.  Marina and Robert: a barn made from retired shipping containers;  a portable coop used for paddock shift systems that is parked for the winter; a solar dehydrator; a holzer style pig shelter; a clay sealed pond; their rocket mass heater innovations; their under-construction spring house functiontioning early.  nettle pizza.  another nettle soup.  heidi bohan talking about other uses for nettles.  skeeter talking about the nettles he is intentionally growing in his garden.  The oehler "shelter" (a sort of SHTF shelter).  A demo of wood chips not breaking down after many decades.  Outhouses.  heidi bohan talking about wofati-like pit houses of the folks native to the pacific northwest.  earth berm bus.  ferro cement root cellar.  skeeter growing stevia.  skeeter on water cress.  Skeeter on weeds and polyculture.  A yurt right on the ground. sunchokes.  an urban park in missoula.

And that's just the footage that I've organized a bit.  I probably have that much again of stuff I have not yet organized.

I bring all this up because I think that people that are actively helping me can be of great influence on which stuff I'll work on next.

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