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The Home Grown Food Summit: 30+ Experts In Backyard Food Production

The Grow Your Own Groceries team is hosting the biggest online Summit dedicated to home grown food!

From April 6th – 12th, 2015.

This is the biggest event ever hosted online to promote backyard food production.  Look who is partnering with us on this project:

– Mother Earth News
– The Natural News
– The National Gardening Association
– The Livestock Conservancy

Click here to register for the Home Grown Food Summit.

We’ve got an amazing line-up of the leading researchers, cutting edge homesteaders, and best-selling authors who will be sharing tips, ideas, and techniques that everyone can use to overcome the big food conglomerates’ strangle hold on our dinner tables and keep our families healthy.

And now we’d like to show YOU how easy it is to get started and help yourself and your entire family experience the same benefits with this free online workshop series I’d like to invite you to right now.

The entire Summit is Free.

Click here to register for the Home Grown Food Summit.

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  • Kenneth says:

    Looks super. Please provide a printable schedule with times so that we can put it on our schedules and that way we can maximize our utilization. Thanks in advance, Ken.

    1. Hi Kenneth, we are working on that right now.

  • Simone says:

    WOW I love it!…Seriously we just bought a couple acre farm and I’ll be ramping up production. This came at a fortuitous time!

  • Dorothy Acord says:

    Marjory, this is wonderful. I do appreciate so much what you do. Sorry I could not stay subscribe to you complete system, maybe again someday. You are providing a needed service.

  • Debbie says:

    I am so excited about this Simmit! Thank you for putting it together!

    1. I’m excited too. LOL It is kinda like throwing a big party.

  • Marjory, I am so impressed! This is an awesome line-up of people and I’m really looking forward to learning about self-sufficiency. Keep up the good work!

  • Holly says:

    Oh, this sounds great! Can’t wait! Will share via email w/my farmer & artisan group that I am the EPO of (email-putter-outer). Blessings to you! Holly T.

  • Susan says:

    Ok, here you go; WOW! What a fabulous lineup!! I will be there and thank you for the invitation!

    1. Glad you like it Susan – TNX for the encouragement.

  • Eula says:

    You only gave the dates of the presenters but not the times.

    1. Michael Ford says:

      Hi Eula – We are still working on a final schedule. That should be ready in the next several days. Thanks – Michael

  • Martha says:

    Thank you for organizing this summit. I was so excited I registered again just to make sure I would be able to access the presentations I want to see. I am all set to increase what I am currently doing on my journey to self-reliance. I am on a fixed income but I have saved thousands of dollars on food for me and for my daughter’s family. I can’t wait to get ideas and to lose some of the fear of pressure canning (I just purchased one). Everyone gave me wide mouth mason jars for Christmas LOL. I will be adding chickens this year. I’m just worried that I will not be able to kill my pets, but hopefully I will get some good info on that too. Again, thank you so much.

  • Lydia says:

    Marjory – Good for you and good for all of us! I’m forwarding the Home Grown Food Summit link on to my kids, who are doing backyard gardening or at least getting started. Although I’m a Master Gardener, I’m still learning, and your website has good info. This seminar features the authors of many books I already treasure, and many that I will be interested in hearing for the first time as well. Thanks for your good work. ~Lydia

  • Gordie says:

    As an alternative to chickens, it might be nice to have Jack Spirko do a presentation on ducks as a homestead food source. The rest of the lineup looks, well, bursting with knowledge to share. Nice selection!

  • David says:

    Looks good. Too bad it’s on my long week at work (5 days where I leave the house at 5 AM and get home around 9 PM). I will be able to catch Wednesday & Thursday’s presentations.

  • susan says:

    Marjory, thank you so much for doing this! I can’t begin to tell you how much I appreciate it! Thank you thank you thank you!

  • Dana says:

    This looks great. I’ve been growing our food for 30 years and I am still excited. You can never know too much about growing your own food.

  • gloria says:

    Good job, Marjory, and a very needed one. I would like to see those organizations participating in a push to permit people who live in certain communities to produce their own food to the greatest extent possible. I know of many communities, particularly in Pennsylvania, that do not permit property owners to have chicken in the backyard, or to plant veggies in the front yard! I know a lot of seniors like me who would be helped by this, both with their food budget and with the simple exercise that taking care of their plantings would entail. Thanks again for all your efforts.

  • MQ says:

    Fantastic lineup of speakers. I’m looking forward to it.

  • Cindy says:

    Where is the summit?

    1. Michael Ford says:

      Hi Cindy,

      You can register for the summit at this website – Home Grown Food Summit 2015. When you have registered, and email with links to that day’s presentations will be sent to you each day. Let us know if you need any assistance. Thanks – Michael

  • Barry says:

    I very much enjoyed your talk on C2C last night. It was only somewhat spoiled by George’s depressing defeatist pessimism. He should look into victory gardens and realize we can do better now, especially if we work together. I hope you did light a candle so he will stop cursing the darkness. Best of luck – you are needed and appreciated. Thank you.

  • Dianna says:

    I received my confirmation for the summit but have not been able to find where these can be accessed

    1. Michael Ford says:

      Hi Dianna,

      If you’ve registered for the event, you should have received an email this morning with links to today’s presentations. There will be another email tomorrow, and each day until the event is over. Let us know if you can’t find the email, and we will resend it. Thanks!

  • R says:

    Awesome, awesome summit so far. Day 1 & Day 2 had speakers I’ve seen or viewed/heard on podcasts and summits before, but every one of them so far has also included aspects that weren’t covered before.

    When Marjory is truly hosting, she is one of the best hosts I’ve heard on any of these summits, and while she offers thoughts (and the odd correction ’cause she’s awesome) they are to the point. Also, the content truly matches the descriptive tags, and presenters largely stay exactly on topic. A couple so far are prerecorded presentations, and are well done in that vein as well although I wish they’d had the opportunity for Marjory to comment and question on those as well. Her comments and questions are good ones – and similar to the things I’m thinking here and there.

    These are NOT just book/DVD promos; so far they’ve been informative. While somebody may have already read the books or be a regular subscriber to the presenter, there are always nuggets or the potential for nuggets in presentations & Q-A.

    PLUS – number one – I was one of the 8K who missed the email on day 1, and I have to say the support staff is excellent.

    Thank you!

  • R says:

    I just wanted to say again how fabulous this summit has been.
    There have been no hangups with the video streaming, the tiny audio synch issue with just one video wasn’t all that bad because it wasn’t shown long with the slide placement, and the customer service has been simply amazing.
    Thank you to everybody who helped put it together and all the presenters.
    (I really love the “looking into the valley” cross-promo entry by Marjory, and I think Marjory needs to narrate audio books – soothing but animated, awesome gift.)
    Have a good one!
    -Rebecca

    1. Michael Ford says:

      Thank you, Rebecca. I’m happy to hear you enjoyed the Summit and the presenters. It’s always nice for us to hear from people who appreciate the work we’re doing. Thanks for your support – and look forward to an even bigger and better Home Grown Food Summit next year!

  • Mihaela says:

    Hello,
    Than you for the wonderful job You do !
    I like to buy the DVD with alternative for Dentist information, but the shipping to my country is as large as the cost of the DVD. Do you have a downloadable DVD ?
    Thank you for answer.
    Have a nice weekend,
    Mihaela

    1. Michael Ford says:

      Hi Mihaela – We’ve been working on a digital download version of the DVD, and it’s almost ready. I think it will be finished sometime in January, and we’ll let you know as soon as it’s available. Thanks!

  • therese Delfel says:

    Most amazing, just a fantastic present for everyone who shows some interest and thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and experience. May I just bring in this one point that keeps troubling me ? PLEASE avoid any plastics, because no matter how you look at it, this material is poison. Poison when crude oïl is extracted and processed, poison when it is brought to even the remotest places in the world, poison when plastics end up in the oceans of the world and landfills, poison even while in use as different poisons leach and end up in the food and water systems and of course, ultimately, in the molecular system of all living beings. PLEASE avoid plastics, all the more since they can be replaced with organic or sustainable materials. And again, thank for your fantastic work !

  • Jeffrey Loucks says:

    I enjoyed 2016’s summit very much. I was wondering if there is any way to obtain copies of previous years’ summits. Thank you very much. Jeff

  • Susan Anthon says:

    I registered on May 29 (AM). I am unable to access the HGF summit this morning. I have not been instructed how to do so.
    Please help.

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