The Grow Network Team

Welcome to The Grow Network! In case we’re meeting for the first time, we’d like you to know that we’re the online home of a global network of people who produce their own food and medicine

… The coolest backyard researchers on Earth (not that we like to brag ☺ )!

We’re constantly sharing, discovering, and working together to test new paths for sustainable living—while reconnecting with “the old ways” that seem to be slipping away too quickly in our modern world.

Our catalyzing statement (the thing that gets us up every morning) is “Homegrown Food On Every Table!”  We value soil, water, sunlight, simplicity, sustainability, usefulness, and freedom. And we strive to be the most useful site on the web for producing, preparing, and preserving your own food and medicine.  We also like to have a bit of fun! 😉

We are open to all religions, diets, and political parties. And we grow food for many reasons including health, spirituality, and preparedness. And for no reason whatsoever.

Join us, won’t you? And let’s learn how to grow food and medicine, together!

Meet The Team


Marjory Wildcraft – Founder, Visionary

Favorite Vegetable: Lettuce

about-us-marjory

Marjory Wildcraft is the founder of The Grow Network, the online home of a global network of people who produce their own food and medicine. “Home grown food on every table” is the solution.

Marjory was featured as an expert in sustainable living by National Geographic, she is the host of the Mother Earth News Online Homesteading Summit, and is a regular guest on many National radio and television shows. She is the an author and producer of several books and videos, but is best known for her DVD series “Grow Your Own Groceries,” which has over a half million copies in use by homesteaders, foodies, preppers, universities, and missionary organizations around the world.

Marjory and her husband are raising two teenagers in Central Texas. Other than building an online network, being “Mom,” or tending her family’s food supply, Marjory loves playing, running, gymnastics, skateboarding, acquiring skills from the Paleolithic era (yes, she is part cave woman), and experimenting with everything.


Anthony Tamayo – Director of Video Production

Favorite Vegetable: Artichoke

about-us-anthonyAnthony Tamayo is an Austin Texas based photographer, filmmaker, and producer.

In 1994 Anthony moved to Los Angeles with $500 dollars in his pocket and a dream to be a photographer. He was immediately greeted with an earthquake.

He then spent the next 20 years working at the highest level of the industry as General Manager for SmashBox Studios, studio owner, producer, and assistant. During this time he was fortunate enough to work with and learn from some of the best creators in the world.

Anthony Tamayo, currently resides in Austin Texas with his amazing wife Jeanne, their dog Wolfgang, Ichi the cat, and five chickens.


Jennifer Boulet – Director of Marketing and Sales

Favorite Vegetable: Green Bean

about-us-jennifer“Be curious. Try new things. Make mistakes. Laugh. Try again.”

After contracting with The Grow Network on and off for a couple of years, Jennifer Boulet officially stepped into the role of Director of Marketing & Sales in Summer 2016.

With more than 17 years’ experience delivering online education and coaching, Jennifer specializes in connecting people with natural health, homesteading, and preparedness information and learning opportunities.

She’s an outdoor enthusiast, with a background in farming and small-town living, who currently resides in a remote oceanfront community on the West Coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia with her three active girls, husband, and dog.

The message of “food as medicine” is one that was passed down through her grandfather, and she’s passionate about unplugging from big agriculture, growing food, building community, and sourcing local as much as possible.


Sharon Porter – Director of Operations

Favorite Vegetable: Spinach

about-us-sharon

A designer at heart, Sharon is tasked with (and obsessed with) creating and refining products and processes for The Grow Network. Having run her own architectural practice in Taos NM for almost 20 years, Sharon knows the power of building a strong foundation before putting up a sustainable structure . . . and this extends to creating and implementing a master-plan for The Grow Network’s vision of “Home Grown Food on Every Table”.

Also a  Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Sharon contributes her holistic health wisdom to The Grow Network’s information offerings, and supports the health and well-being of the team members.

On a day to day basis Sharon facilitates communication, focus and prioritization within the organization, and provides leadership, management and accountability for the team. She also manages the pool of affiliate referral partners, and produces The Grow Network’s Summits.

Sharon lives with her husband in the beautiful alpine desert of Durango CO. When not glued to the keyboard, Sharon is an avid skier, hiker, yogini, dancer, chef and gardener.


Jimerson Adkins – Director of Technical Operations

Favorite Vegetable: Mushroom

about-us-jimerson

With a background in technology and marketing, Jimerson combined his love of homesteading and outdoors with a wish to make a change in the world and joined The Grow Network family.

As the official TGN geek, Jimerson isn’t (always) found playing video games or watching Star Trek in his downtime; he can also be caught woodworking, cooking, biking, hiking, cursing the West Texas sun for burning his plants, and watching his Corgi herd rabbits and chickens around his yard.

He has a great understanding of the importance of Real Food for every human being. Jimerson is passionate about a vision that fuses technology and simplicity to allow people from any walk of life to grow their own food.

Jimerson resides in West Texas with his 9-year-old twins, girlfriend, two cats, dog, 7 rabbits, 6 chickens, and a yearning to escape the desert. He also understands that mushrooms aren’t a vegetable, but decided to use the culinary loop-hole.


Welcome to The Grow Network! In case we’re meeting for the first time, we’d like you to know that we’re the online home of a global network of people who produce their own food and medicine

… The coolest backyard researchers on Earth (not that we like to brag ☺ )!

We’re constantly sharing, discovering, and working together to test new paths for sustainable living—while reconnecting with “the old ways” that seem to be slipping away too quickly in our modern world.

Our catalyzing statement (the thing that gets us up every morning) is “Homegrown Food On Every Table!”  We value soil, water, sunlight, simplicity, sustainability, usefulness, and freedom. And we strive to be the most useful site on the web for producing, preparing, and preserving your own food and medicine.  We also like to have a bit of fun! 😉

We are open to all religions, diets, and political parties. And we grow food for many reasons including health, spirituality, and preparedness. And for no reason whatsoever.

Join us, won’t you? And let’s learn how to grow food and medicine, together!

Meet The Team


Marjory Wildcraft – Founder, Visionary

Favorite Vegetable: Lettuce

about-us-marjory

Marjory Wildcraft is the founder of The Grow Network, the online home of a global network of people who produce their own food and medicine. “Home grown food on every table” is the solution.

Marjory was featured as an expert in sustainable living by National Geographic, she is the host of the Mother Earth News Online Homesteading Summit, and is a regular guest on many National radio and television shows. She is the an author and producer of several books and videos, but is best known for her DVD series “Grow Your Own Groceries” which has over a half million copies in use by homesteaders, foodies, preppers, universities, and missionary organizations around the world.

Marjory and her husband are raising two teenage kids in Central Texas. Other than building an online network, being “Mom”, or tending her family’s food supply, Marjory loves playing, running, gymnastics, skateboarding, acquiring skills from the Paleolithic era (yes, she is part cave woman), and experimenting with everything.


Anthony Tamayo – Director of Video Production

Favorite Vegetable: Artichoke

about-us-anthony

Anthony Tamayo is an Austin Texas based photographer, filmmaker, and producer.

In 1994 Anthony moved to Los Angeles with $500 dollars in his pocket and a dream to be a photographer. He was immediately greeted with an earthquake.

He then spent the next 20 years working at the highest level of the industry as General Manager for SmashBox Studios, studio owner, producer, and assistant. During this time he was fortunate enough to work with and learn from some of the best creators in the world.

Anthony Tamayo, currently resides in Austin Texas with his amazing wife Jeanne, their dog Wolfgang, Ichi the cat, and five chickens.


Jennifer Boulet – Director of Marketing and Sales

Favorite Vegetable: Green Bean

about-us-jennifer

“Be curious. Try new things. Make mistakes. Laugh. Try again.”

After contracting with The Grow Network on and off for a couple of years, Jennifer Boulet officially stepped into the role of Director of Marketing & Sales in Summer 2016.

With more than 17 years’ experience delivering online education and coaching, Jennifer specializes in connecting people with natural health, homesteading, and preparedness information and learning opportunities.

She’s an outdoor enthusiast, with a background in farming and small-town living, who currently resides in a remote oceanfront community on the West Coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia with her three active girls, husband, and dog.

The message of “food as medicine” is one that was passed down through her grandfather, and she’s passionate about unplugging from big agriculture, growing food, building community, and sourcing local as much as possible.


Sharon Porter – Director of Operations, Integrator

Favorite Vegetable: Spinach

about-us-sharon

A designer at heart, Sharon is tasked with (and obsessed with) creating and refining products and processes for The Grow Network. Having run her own architectural practice in Taos NM for almost 20 years, Sharon knows the power of building a strong foundation before putting up a sustainable structure . . . and this extends to creating and implementing a master-plan for The Grow Network’s vision of “Home Grown Food on Every Table”.

Also a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Sharon contributes her holistic health wisdom to The Grow Network’s information offerings, and supports the health and well-being of the team members.

On a day to day basis Sharon facilitates communication, focus and prioritization within the organization, and provides leadership, management, and accountability for the team. She also manages the pool of affiliate referral partners, and produces The Grow Network’s Summits.

Sharon lives with her husband in the beautiful alpine desert of Durango CO. When not glued to the keyboard, Sharon is an avid skier, hiker, yogini, dancer, chef, and gardener.


Jimerson Adkins – Director of Technical Operations

Favorite Vegetable: Mushroom

about-us-jimerson

With a background in technology and marketing, Jimerson combined his love of homesteading and outdoors with a wish to make a change in the world and joined The Grow Network family.

As the official TGN geek, Jimerson isn’t (always) found playing video games or watching Star Trek in his downtime; he can also be caught woodworking, cooking, biking, hiking, cursing the West Texas sun for burning his plants, and watching his Corgi herd rabbits and chickens around his yard.

He has a great understanding of the importance of Real Food for every human being. Jimerson is passionate about a vision that fuses technology and simplicity to allow people from any walk of life to grow their own food.

Jimerson resides in West Texas with his 9-year-old twins, girlfriend, two cats, dog, 7 rabbits, 6 chickens, and a yearning to escape the desert. He also understands that mushrooms aren’t a vegetable, but decided to use the culinary loop-hole.