Backyard Food Production part 2!

Backyard Food Production part 2
Host: Sam Coffman “The Human Path

BackyardThis podcast is a Part 2 from an older podcast that Sam Coffman did with Marjory Wildcraft of Backyard Food Production. This has no longer been available on the web, and Sam wanted to get it back up online because it has a lot of great discussion points. Marjory Wildcraft is as always a wealth of information in regards to growing your own food.

Sam and Marjory continue their discussion about the realities growing your own food, both in preparation for a post-disaster scenario as well as during or after a disaster or collapse. How can you take the next steps to become self-sustainable? What types of crops/foods should you look to grow? What are the best choices for backyard meat?

Join Sam and Marjory as they discuss all of these topics and many more to help you get up to speed as you start your food and medicine gardens for the spring.

Listen to this broadcast on “Backyard Food Production part 2” in player below!

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From part 1 of Backyard food production: Link to listen below.

Sam Coffman with Marjory Wildcraft of Backyard Food Production.

PlantWalk_croppedSam and Marjory discuss the realities of how much actual land is necessary to sustain a family and how much work is involved. What are the first steps that a person or family should take to be able to start living off of their own land and what they are growing? What are some of the most common, major pitfalls that a lot of people run up against and that cause them to give up? What is one of the most important mental or “internal” aspects you have to gain in order to be successful at growing your own food? What is the difference between living off the land and caretaking the land and how can that become a game-changer in your own preparedness and gardening? What are perennial polylculture food systems and why are they possibly the most efficient food system you can grow?

Join Sam and Marjory as they discuss all of these topics and many more to help you get up to speed as you start your food and medicine gardens for the spring.
Listen to this Broadcast of backyard food production part 1 HERE!

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