If you’ve ever wanted to attend a homesteading conference but couldn’t leave the homestead, then you’ll be excited to learn about Marjory Wildcraft’s Third Annual HomeGrown Food Summit, which is happening entirely online. Even better, you can watch for free!
What can you learn?
- How to make compost in 18 days
- How to keep critters from turning your garden into a buffet
- How to buy the perfect greenhouse the FIRST time
- Urban farming
- Tree pruning
- How to grow vegetables three times faster than usual
- How to grow 75% of your food in only 10 hours per week
- How to milk donkeys
- Organic methods for controlling insects
- Making your own herbal medicines
- and so many more!
Marjory has lots of connections in the natural living, permaculture, and sustainable living community, and she’s recruited an amazing lineup of speakers — Joel Salatin, Geoff Lawton, Sally Fallon, Sayer Ji, Justin Rhodes, Hannah Crum, Diana Rodgers, and a lot more! I’m incredibly honored to be included among the presenters, and I’ll be talking about how to choose the right livestock guardian for your farm or homestead.
There will be 40 sessions total, and you’ll be able to watch them 24 hours a day for 7 days starting Monday, June 12. There will also be an encore day when the most popular videos will be aired again. Click here to register and get your free ticket. You’ll receive an email every day of the summit, giving you the schedule of talks that will be available that day. I’ve signed up and tuned into both of the previous summits. This year, I’m especially looking forward to “24 of the Most Useful Wild Plants” and “Crickets — The Superfood of Sustainability.” Yes, I said crickets. I had the chance to try some two years ago when I was speaking at a conference in Canada, and they’re actually pretty awesome and versatile.
Now, someone always asks about this — what if you can’t watch the day of a specific presentation that you wanted to watch? Or if you live in the middle of nowhere like me, sometimes the Internet is so slow that it’s impossible to watch a video online. The whole summit will also be available for purchase so that you can watch whenever you want and as many times as you want.
Click here to see the full list of speakers and topics and to register and get your free ticket. If it’s anything like previous years, I’m sure there will be plenty of great talks worth watching.
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