Discover how growing food can be like PRINTING YOUR OWN MONEY!
In this #1 best-selling Classic Video Series, you’ll learn how Marjory Wildcraft set her family FREE of food inflation by growing deeply nutritious, organic food in her backyard in less than one hour per day!
You'll learn her step-by-step system so that you can do it, too!
Almost every other gardening, livestock, or food production method assumes you’ll spend a lot of money at garden centers, using feed that has GMO’s in it, buying tractors or tillers, and more...
Even many "organic" systems expect you’ll spend money on special fertilizers and pesticides. In fact, many of them teach you methods that keep you more dependent on the very system you want to be free of.
Grow Your Own Groceries is different, focusing specifically on how to grow deeply nutritious, organic, clean food in a genuinely sustainable way.
Which means you’ll be able to grow plenty of your own food in good times.
Or even if things get complicated.
This system is specially designed for you to be able to produce an abundance of vegetables, fruits, nuts, meats, and eggs simply and easily without buying a lot of ‘stuff’ to achieve your goal. Marjory's methods are sustainable and work even if the unthinkable happens.
The TGN team wants to offer you this original DVD classic video in digital form! Empower yourself with the knowledge and skills to gain your food independence.
Start Putting Home Grown Food On To Your Table,
And Stop Worrying About Where Your Food Is Coming From!
What you'll learn
- Water Sources
- Water Quality
- How much do you really need?
- Rain Water Collection Systems
- Wells and Ponds
- Location, Size, Fertility
- Bio-Intensive Gardening
- Wind, Sun, Shade
- Bugs and Insects
- Vegetable Varieties and Seed Saving
- Getting Started Guide
- Housing and Protection
- Watering Systems
- Rabbits and Poultry
- Tanning Hides
- Other Animals
- Egg Collection
- Pretdator Protection
Dogs and Predator Protection
- Why Dogs?
- Dog Training
- Size and Breeds
Perennials: Orchards, Food Forests, and Edible Landscaping
- Locations and Micro-Climates
- Watering and Fertility
- Tree Varieties
- Planting and Care
- Calorie Crops
- Solar Food Dehydration
- Homemade Herbicide Tests
- Hog Panels and Tee Posts
- Rocket SToves and Hay Box Cookers
Please note; this is an original production filmed in 2009 and it is reflected in the resolution of the video footage.