Your HUGE Advantages Over Big Commercial Growers

Marjory Wildcraft shows you some HUGE advantages that you have as a backyard gardener over those big commercial farms. Take a look; as they say, it’s not the size that matters…

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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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10 Comments
  • Midori

    I like the idea of living shadecloth! 🙂 How did you choose the kind of trees you used?

    • Hi Midori,

      You know, I don’t remember how I stumbled across it. But it sure is a great tree. Actually I have done an extensive webinar focusing solely on how to grow leucaena. Check it out here.

  • bob r

    I also would like to know the name of the trees you are talking about so I can purchase them.

  • David

    Marjory,
    Greetings from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Thank you for continuing to encourage those of us still at the trail head of the homesteading/self-sufficiency journey. Even if we do live in suburbia, there are steps we can take to begin learning how to provide for ourselves. I appreciate the vital information you provide to your subscribers. Have a great day!

  • Steve M

    Thanks Marjory for your sharing. Wish you lived closer so I could visit. But here in Reno, Nevada I have room to begin growing my own food. Even at 74 years young. Being a health nut for over 40 years I am very young in body from living with many of the ideas you are sharing. Love it. Please keep up the good work – Steve

  • Robert

    Hi Marjory,
    Great video and I agree with you. I am creating a permaculture landscape, front and back. I grow everything organically, making my own compost, raising chickens and composting worms also worm trenching.

    Are those nitrogen fixing trees growing in a row in your video, if so what are they called, and where did you purchase them?

    Thanks,
    Robert

  • Irene

    My garden in Oregon is already giving me sugar snap peas, lettuce and green onions. All is up and thriving. Potatoes are a foot tall and rhubarb is over a foot and could be harvested for a pie by end of month. You are a great inspiration.

  • Lucy

    Hiya Marjory many thanks for all your great info! I would love to see the webinar on leucaena, but there wasn’t a link included in your message.
    thanks again, Lucy

    • Oh Lucy, Yes that webinar is in the members area. Are you a member?

      • Lucy

        Hi Marjory thanks for replying. No, not a member, no spare cash at present. So doubly grateful for all the free information you share with us 🙂 Lucyxxx

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