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Join me for a special replay of “Road Kill: Judging The Edibility Of Found Meat” by Red Louvish.
This forager-favorite presentation from Red Louvish is back for a limited time!
What's better than stocking your freezer with meats you've raised or hunted yourself . . ?
How about filling your freezer with truly free-range, high-quality meats that you've foraged for FREE!
Meat foraging is a specialty skill, that once learned, will almost always guarantee you have access to healthy, safe, and delicious meats.
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This presentation originally aired during the 2020 Home Grown Food Summit and we rarely offer these presentations for free after the Summits are over . . . but, the information Red shares can make a real impact for anyone who truly wants to eat sustainably and is curious about this waste-less source of quality protein . . . so, I have made an exception.
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Brought to you by Marjory Wildcraft, Founder of The Grow Network
Marjory Wildcraft is the founder of The Grow Network, which is a community of people focused on modern self-sufficient living.
She has been featured by National Geographic as an expert in off-grid living, she hosted the Mother Earth News Online Homesteading Summit, and she is listed in Who’s Who in America for having inspired hundreds of thousands of backyard gardens.
Marjory was the focus of an article that won Reuter’s Food Sustainability Media Award, and she recently authored The Grow System: The Essential Guide to Modern Self-Sufficient Living—From Growing Food to Making Medicine.