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    Marjory & The Grow Network Team

    Marjory Wildcraft

    Marjory Wildcraft is the founder of The Grow Network which is an online community of a half million enthusiasts for self-sufficiency who are stopping the destruction of the earth via home grown food. She's the author of “The Grow System: An Essential Guide for Modern Self-sufficiency From Growing Food to Making Medicine” published by Penguin Random House, featured by National Geographic as an expert is off-grid living, hosted Mother Earth News Online Homesteading Summit, selected by Authority Magazine as a Women Leader in Wellness, focus of award winning Reuters Sustainability Media contest, hosted nationwide PBS campaign teaching people to grow half of their own food in their backyards, and on the cover of Masters of Health Magazine for Earth Day.

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