GREAT NEWS: I'm part of the Homegrown Food Summit!
My friend Marjory Wildcraft invited me to be part of the Home Grown Food Summit at the end of last year.
Once I knew I was in, I had Jeff the videographer create an hour-long presentation and tour through some of my gardening, composting and other projects: that will be exclusively part of this online event.
I talk about some of my favorite homesteading tools, more about my experience with deadly manure, a bit on capturing water, plus composting, crops and other good stuff. Lots of info in an hour - I think you'll like it. We had fun, though it's not as insane as some of my videos. (Not everyone is ready for my unique forays into the Amazon.)
To see it and the other presentations, go and sign up here.
It's free, though the bundle of presentations will be available to buy as a complete package after the event itself.
There are some great names in there: Joel Salatin, John Kohler, Paul Wheaton, Toby Hemenway, John Jeavons and plenty of others.
I'm glad to be in such good company and I think you'll find the presentations quite worthwhile.
For now - go sign up for the Home Grown Food Summit. Knowing Marjory, it's going to be excellent.
ALSO - don't forget - I'll be at the 326 Community Market north of Ocala this afternoon, plants in tow. That's happening from 3-7.