Wednesday, July 8, 2015

My First, Full-Length Gardening Instruction Video!

Earlier this year, Marjory Wildcraft invited me to be a part of her Home Grown Food Summit. 

I agreed and hired my cousin (he almost volunteered, in fact, since it was a lot of work) to help me put together a good gardening presentation for the event.

The result was 13 Tips, Tricks and Lessons from Homesteading an Acre.

The video played live during the summit and was ranked among the top five presentations by viewers. It generated a lot of really good press but was only available as part of a multi-video package deal.

Until now!

I've set it free and am now offering the almost hour-long presentation for $4.99 as a video download for your enjoyment and gardening edification.

In this film you'll see some of my gardens, plus demonstrations of some really cool hand tools, a look at dangerous deadly manure, see my simple chicken tractors, learn about simple water storage and composting... and more. The amount of information is high and I keep it interesting.

Pick up a copy here - and thank you all for continuing to fund my wacky experiments. Without the little bit of income I get here, I'd probably have to go take on more work elsewhere and cut back on this site. I really appreciate all the sales and kind words. We're all in this thing together and I'm happy to see more and more people gardening every day. May my experience on our jam-packed one acre homestead help you with your own farms and gardens!

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At July 8, 2015 at 12:41 PM , Blogger Jeremy Millrood said...

congratulations on the video..hope it does well..

At July 8, 2015 at 11:36 PM , Blogger David The Good said...

Thank you, Jeremy.

At July 9, 2015 at 9:31 AM , Anonymous Rachel said...

Great video David, really enjoyed your take on local gardening. Disappointing to hear your thoughts on goats :( but they provide so much enjoyment for us/me that it helps compensate for the hassle (plus a pet retired horse makes us buy hay anyways, and between the two we get loads of great manure that I know is safe to use). Hard to believe you do it all on just 1 acre. We have 5, so I know what you mean when you say more land is just more work, but it does provide more room for the goats to not turn it all into a desert.

At July 9, 2015 at 9:39 AM , Blogger David The Good said...

Thank you, Rachel! Yes... I know. I took some flack at the Home Grown Food Summit for my lack of goat praise... yet on an acre, it was really just not possible without too much work. I really loved playing with the young kids and feeding treats to the mothers; however, they ate up our lives and all the grass. Perhaps again one day one we have a larger homestead...


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