Permaculture forum: grow your own food summit coming up

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Apr 2, 2015 4:58 PM CST

Mike Adams, the Health Ranger presents the roster for the up coming food growing summit:

Watch Marjory's introductory video here.

In the Homegrown Food Summit, you'll learn from people like Paul Wheaton, Joel Salatin, Sylvia Bernstein (author of a popular aquaponics book), Julia Parker-Dickerson, John Jeavons and many more. I'm also part of the fun, with a presentation called "8 Reasons You Are Insane If You Aren't Growing Some Of Your Own Food!"

Registration costs you nothing. You can listen to all the interviews for free, beginning in just four days. Click here to register now.

List of speakers and presentation topics

Marjory Wildcraft: How To Produce Half Of Your Food In Your Backyard In Less Than An Hour Per Day
Mike Adams: 8 Reasons You Are Insane If You Aren't Growing Some Of Your Own Food
Julia Parker-Dickerson: Youth Gardening: Getting The Next Generation Growing
John Jeavons: GROW Bio-Intensive Gardening: Food And Income In Your Backyard
Sally Fallon: The Natural Selection Of The Wise
Sylvia Bernstein: Aquaponics - Everything You Need To Know To Get Started
Joel Salatin: Working With Kids So They Will Want To Work With You
Jeannette Beranger: Picking Chicken Breeds Best For Your Yard
Paul Wheaton: Comparing The 6 Ways To Keep Chickens and Which Is Best For You
John Kohler: Growing Your Greens
Kendra Lynne: How To Preserve Food with Pressure Canning
Rick Austin: Secret Garden Of Survival
Jill Winger: Mulch Gardening Secrets
Stephen Scott: Quality Seed Saving
Wardeh Harmon: How To Preserve Food By Fermentation
Gary & Valerie: 7 Ways We Change The World Growing Our Own Food
Jackson Landers: Beginners Guide To Hunting Deer For Food
Leslie Parsons: Detox Your Garden
Brad Lancaster: 8 Steps To Welcome Rain Into Your Life and Landscape
Katrina Blair: 13 Wild Weeds Essential For Human Survival
Toby Hemenway: Permaculture Guilds: The Building Blocks For Food Forests
Doug Simons: Communicating With Plants
David Goodman: 13 Tips, Tricks, And Lessons From Homesteading an Acre
Allen Davisson: How To Eat & Enjoy Insects
Tom Elpel: Botany In A Day
Joel Karsten: Straw Bale Gardening
Jim Kennard: 6 Laws Of Plant Growth And The Mittleider Method
Woniya Thibeault: Living Without Refrigeration
Laurie Neverman: 10 Reason To Grow Up Instead of Out

Learn more:

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Name: Cindy
Hobart, IN zone 5
aka CindyMzone5
Celebrating Gardening: 2015 Plant Identifier
Apr 2, 2015 6:05 PM CST
Holy smokes! There's bound to be tons of info.
Only when the last tree has died and the last river has been poisoned and the last fish has been caught will we realize that we can't eat money. Cree proverb

Charter ATP Member
Apr 2, 2015 9:10 PM CST
I hope so. And they even have Toby Hemenway so Permaculture is represented!

Ive already looked at Paul Wheaton's chicken story. A neat approach to handle chickens and get the most out of a human-chicken relationship. Even covers preditors in the chicken yard which I would think to be central.

{I once owned a coyote puppy. Sad to say, no chickens survived Coyote's dominance of my or the neighbor's yard.}
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