Don’t Miss Marjory’s Appearance in this New Documentary Series – The Search for Sustainability

Marjory was recently interviewed to be part of an empowering new documentary series called The Search for Sustainability. The series is premiering online between November 1st – 12th. And we’d like to invite you to watch it for free.

49 sustainability experts took part in this new series – permaculture designers, organic farmers, herbal medics, energy and building enthusiasts, systems analysts, green politicians, and health educators. Together they share potentially world-changing news, information, and practical methods that have never before been presented in the same place at the same time.

The list of participants includes Marjory Wildcraft, Paul Wheaton, Toby Hemenway, Mike Adams, Jill Winger, John Kohler, Doug Simons, Mike Koch, Kate Armstrong, and many more.

If you are interested in learning to live more sustainably, then you should definitely tune in to watch this new series. You will learn about how we can have more food, water, and shelter security. You will learn about how to be more connected with the land and its spirit, healing and thriving in health and community. You will learn about being prepared and confident in a changing world, whether collapse comes during your lifetime or not.

As you can tell, we’re very excited about this, and we know that you will benefit from this free and empowering information. Here is a brief sampling of the information that will be covered:

• Taking back control of our food, health, water, and energy supplies
• Implementing simple and no-cost methods for living harmoniously with our surrounding environment
• Learning to grow your own food in a sustainable and regenerative way in any climate
• Collecting and properly using water to restore our water table
• Utilizing herbal medicines and ancient healing methods
• Creating and participating in sustainable networks in our local communities
• Opening and supporting sustainable, values-based schools
• Learning to thrive in abundance in urban, suburban, and rural settings

Click the link below to watch a free preview. You can sign up to watch the series by entering your first name and email address below the preview video. If you think that this free series would be helpful for others in your family and community, please feel free to forward this email or share the link on your social networks.

Click Here to Watch the Free Series The Search for Sustainabilty

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  • Paul says:

    Thank you so much for sharing such great information and for free! Bless you for making this world a better place! 🙂

    1. Michael Ford says:

      Thanks, Paul. Hope you enjoy the series – I know I’m looking forward to watching it too!

  • Teresa says:

    Will we be able to download this series to a flash drive to save it to watch it again? Sometimes, you get so much new information, you want to be able to go back and watch it again and again to be sure you didn’t miss an details. Since each segment of the series will only be available for 24 hours, it would be nice if we could save it for future reference. If we can, please let us know and tell us how to do that. Thanks.

    1. Michael Ford says:

      Hi Teresa – I believe that Nathan is going to broadcast the entire series for free during this premier, and then afterwards the series will be available for sale. If you don’t want to buy the series, you should take good notes! Thanks – Michael

  • E says:

    Yikes, I cannot get the link to work!

    1. Michael Ford says:

      Hi – I wonder if you have a pop-up blocker turned on? The link seems to be working for me, although it does open in a new window…

  • Steve says:

    I believe strongly in sustainability, but am excluded from the information in the videos because I need closed captions or a link to a written script. Do you have captions or script?

    1. Michael Ford says:

      Hi Steve – I didn’t notice anything from Nathan about CC or script. But, I’ll definitely pass your comment along to him, so that he can take that into account in the future. Thanks – Michael

  • WARREN says:

    I couldn’t help but notice all the ‘sustainability’ talk, which by the way I am in agreement… to a point. I am curious however, as to whether or not you’re a proponent of the Gov’s ‘Agenda 21’ program?

    I’ll apologize in advance if I’ve ‘misinterpreted’ the intent of your stated goals.

    Keep on growing!


    1. Michael Ford says:

      Hi Warren – Our official line as an organization is that we’re only about growing food and medicine. We’re “open to all religions, diets, and political parties.” Having said that – I don’t think you’d catch any of us promoting Agenda 21.

      So, to answer your question in a word… “No.”

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