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Friday Five: Obama, Snowden and PDC?

Friday Five: Obama, Snowden and PDC?

Our April 1st edition of the “Friday Five” went out to all our subscribers earlier today. Some of you wanted to sign up but didn’t have a chance to, so I’ve included it below. Moving forward, the Friday Five and my social media accounts will be the main ways I share with you key updates, new videos, and the like. If you enjoy these and don’t want to miss any […]

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Save our Soils

Save our Soils

All terrestrial life depends on soil, directly or indirectly. Although our understanding of topsoil has grown by leaps and bounds over the past decades, we are still losing this invaluable resource at a frightening pace. Less than thirty per cent of the world’s topsoil remains in fair or acceptable condition. The fragility of this vital layer can be illustrated through a simple comparison: if one imagines the earth as an […]

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Geoff Lawton Goes to Malaysia

Murujan Permaculture Design is a growing and dedicated group of Permaculturalists, based in Malaysia working to spread awareness and education of Permaculture Design around the world but particularly in Malaysia. We were extremely honored to be paid a visit by none other than Geoff Lawton in November 2015. His visit was the beginning of what hopes to be a very important project for Malaysia in terms of Permaculture Design and […]

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How to have a “Permaculture Eye”

How to have a “Permaculture Eye”

I hope you’ve been enjoying the great presentations that the 2016 Home Grown Food Summit have been hosting all week. And it looks like today is my turn :) Four times a year, we open up Zaytuna Farm to the public and invite everyone and anyone to come experience our teaching farm and what it’s like to live completely off-grid. Yesterday, was one of those times, and everyone — visitors, […]

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Premier Launches Program to Give SA The ‘Green Edge’ In Education

South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill has launched (on March 4) a program offering world leadership in environmental education. CQUniversity’s Adelaide-based Graduate Certificate in Permaculture Design has a world-leading faculty, a cutting-edge digital presence and is the first permaculture program to be accredited by an internationally recognised university. CQUni Associate Vice-Chancellor (Adelaide) Professor Drew Dawson says a new breed of Permaculture Design specialists will help foster sustainability in South A and […]

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DIY Antbiotics

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With antibiotic resistance becoming a bigger and bigger issue have you ever wondered if there was there anything else you could do, or are you stuck with what big pharmaceuticals put out? There are alternatives and these alternatives are actually much better! Watch this short 2:31 video by backyard food production expert and author Marjory Wildcraft on DIY antibiotics. Most people will want to do this in their backyards, on […]

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The Worlds Best Ultra Athletes Grow Their Own Energy Drinks

The Worlds Best Ultra Athletes Grow Their Own Energy Drinks

The Tarahumara Indians are recognized as the world’s fastest ultra marathon runners. One key to their success? The energy drinks they consume while running trail. And it is a drink they make themselves. Find out how in this video. Backyard food production expert and author Marjory Wildcraft will host a free online event, which features 30 backyard farming experts who will reveal secrets to growing your own gorgeous organic fruit, […]

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Self-watering And Self-fertilizing Apple Tree Growing System

Self-watering And Self-fertilizing Apple Tree Growing System

Hate to drag hoses and tired of lugging compost? Check out the video below with super simple system the Tarahumara Indians use to grow apples with almost no work. Learn all these cool techniques for yourself by hopping over to the Home Grown Food Summit with over 30+ presentations from March 7th to 13th, 2016. Backyard food production expert and author Marjory Wildcraft will host this free online event, which […]

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3 Types Of Tarahumara Indian Corn And What They Are Used For

3 Types Of Tarahumara Indian Corn And What They Are Used For

Marjory WIldcraft travelled to the Copper Canyons of Mexico to spend time with the Tarahumara Indians. These Indians are the fastest ultra-marathon runners in the world and part of their incredible athleticism is because they grow their own food. Watch this video and learn the three most common types of corn that they grow. Hank Will from Grit Magazine will be doing a presentation on all things corn at this […]

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How To Use Squash Pits To Get Bigger Garden Yields

How To Use Squash Pits To Get Bigger Garden Yields

If you’ve never heard of a squash pit then you might be thinking “but squash have seeds, not pits!”. True, true, but check out this fun video. To see more great compositing ideas check out the extreme composting videos by David Goodman at the Home Grown Food Summit. Over 7 full days, you’ll enjoy 50+ hours of video interviews with the “who’s who” of the sustainable food movement. They’ll be […]

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Why Go Barefoot And The Best Minimalist Shoes Are Home Made

Why Go Barefoot And The Best Minimalist Shoes Are Home Made

If you’ve been wondering about the whole barefoot movement than we’ve got a video for you. Doug Simons has been walking barefoot for over 20 years. In the video below Doug and Marjory Wildcraft discuss the pros and cons of walking barefoot. And there are some “con’s”; when and where do barefooters need to wear shoes? And what kind of shoes do barefooters wear when they wear shoes? If you […]

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Tropical Orchard Establishment Practices and Concepts: Part 1 of 3

As I land back in the rural town of Mastatal, Costa Rica after my yearly rainy season sojourn to the states, I can’t help but step back and marvel at the sheer growth of biomass that has occurred on our farm. Even with the drought-inducing effects of El Niño at play, the ample rain and sun in this humid tropic pre-montane region combined with our strategic planning for soil and […]

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