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“Grow Your Own Groceries”
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“Growing your own food is like printing your own money”
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Almost every other gardening, livestock, or food production method assumes you’ll spend a lot of money at garden centers, using feed that has GMO’s in it, buying tractors or tillers, and more.
Even a lot of "organic" systems expect you’ll be spending a lot on special fertilizers and pesticides. They teach you methods that simply keep you more dependent on the very system you are wanting to be free of.
Grow Your Own Groceries is different, focusing specifically on how to grow deeply nutritious, organic, clean food in a truly sustainable way.
Which means you’ll be able to grow plenty of your own food in good times.
Or even if things get difficult.
This system is specially designed for you to be able to produce an abundance of vegetables, fruits, nuts, meats, and eggs simply and easily without buying a lot of ‘stuff’. These methods are sustainable and work even if the unthinkable happens.
I am offering this powerful video to you for FREE during your personal 72 hour showing. Once you register, you will have 72 hours to watch "Grow Your Own Groceries" online, and completely free. Empower yourself with the knowledge and skills to gain your food independence.
Start putting home grown food on to your table,
and stop worrying about where your food is coming from!
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Brought to you by Marjory Wildcraft, Founder of The Grow Network
My name is Marjory Wildcraft and I am the founder and CEO of The Grow Network. We are the online home of a global community of people who produce their own food and medicine. “Home grown food on every table” is our catalyzing statement. I’ve been featured by National Geographic as an expert in sustainable living, I’ve hosted Mother Earth News’ online Homesteading Summit, and I’ve been honored in Reuters “Food Sustainability Media” awards. I grow half of my own food and most of my own medicine.