(video) Hottest Small Business To Watch – Or Start Yourself

If you are looking for fast success, then create a business that sells a product people are knocking down the doors to get.

So what business might that be?  Where do you find it?

Check out this interview I did with Justin Rohner who is the owner of iAgriscape.com.  I met Justin at Arizona’s huge PrepperFest which is an amazing gathering you should try to get to if you are in the area.  Justin has created a business that answers a question I get all the time – “Marjory, could you come by my home and show me what to plant so my yard is edible?”.

But Justin and iAgriscapes takes it to a whole other level in that iAgriscapes has a  certification program which is creating a network of businesses across the country who are transforming yards into elegant edible landscapes.

I wish the lighting had been better but the interview was so amazing I just had to get this out.

You can reach Justin and iAgriscapes at www.iAgriscapes.com

FYI: I am in an online business school which I highly recommend to anyone who is either starting or currently operating their own business.  Click here to learn more about the 12 Foundational Principles Of Business. 

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Marjory Wildcraft is an Expedition Leader and Bioneer Blogger with The [Grow] Network, which is an online community that recognizes the wisdom of "homegrown food on every table." Marjory has been featured as an expert on sustainable living by National Geographic, she is a speaker at Mother Earth News fairs, and is a returning guest on Coast to Coast AM. She is an author of several books, but is best known for her "Grow Your Own Groceries" video series, which is used by more than 300,000 homesteaders, survivalists, universities, and missionary organizations around the world.


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17 Comments
  • Razz

    You may want to correct your references and links spelling to omit the trailing “s”
    –> http://www.iAgriscape.com

  • CAB

    Yep. I can see it coming too. If only I was 10 or 15 years younger.

  • James

    The second link to the landscape business with the plural s in it doesn’t work.

  • James

    I knew a lady who spend $5000 on course about how to be an author and promote her book. If the people teaching the course really knew how to be successful as authors they would have gone and made their money doing that and wouldn’t have needed $5000 from my friend. Same goes for all these people promoting business success who sell courses. If they could do it, they wouldn’t need your money and could go off an be business successes on their own.

  • Dianne Propernick

    I enjoyed this video. I had this idea in 2009 when I originally applied to get a scholarship to become a master gardener. Along with an idea to start a community garden worked by homeless people, who would benefit from the produce and feeling of productivity and getting their hands in the dirt. Thanks for sharing. I missed the prepperfest in Phoenix this year as I didn’t know about it. Next year though I’ll be there.

    • Profile photo of Marjory Wildcraft

      Diana, I’ll be Skyping in for the Oct. PrepperFEst,and hope to personally attend the foolwoing Spring. Tony T. – who organizes it – has a big heart.

  • d. henry Lee

    Interesting. I have encouraged people for years to if nothing else; put some tomato plants in your flower beds. Some of my best tomatoes have grown there. As for the negative comment about the course costing money? You pay for knowledge that will hopefully save you money. There is no free lunch.

  • Fran E

    I think this topic on edible yards is simply the best, but I sure thought there would be more info on what plants to put in that would be really compatible. Some how to dos too. Please give us more info on this. Many can’t go into a business but we can change our yards a little at a time. The info needs to be for different climates. i live in Central Minnesota and my zone is shorter season.

  • MG

    http://agriscaping.com/ has sign-up for newsletter & freebie at bottom of homepage so maybe there are tips for what to grow & where.

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