Marjory Wildcraft came to organic agriculture and sustainable living from a political angle. She and her husband, Dave, were previously real estate investors who, around 2003, became alarmed at the potential instability of the financial markets and peak oil, as well as alternative 9/11 theories. Deciding to walk the walk, they liquefied their assets, bought land in Bastrop County and moved their family of four to their new homestead and learned to live sustainably. They took classes like Citizen Forester at TreeFolks, and homesteading courses on topics such as goat milking, beekeeping, soap making and biointensive gardening, offered by Homestead Heritage and World Hunger Relief, Inc. Marjory produced the DVD entitled, Food Production Systems for a Backyard or Small Farm, which is available through her website.
In the first half, ordained Baptist minister and former Chaplain to the 'Elite,' Lindsey Williams, shared what he'd been told by one of his 'Elite' contacts-- the agenda of the New World Order (NWO) for the next 4 years. In the latter half, electrical engineer turned expert in self reliance and backyard food production, Marjory Wildcraft, discussed her recent appearance on the reality series Doomsday Preppers, as well as unusual types of foods that can be eaten as part of a sustainable lifestyle. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half, writer/activist Barbara H. Peterson discussed the problematic health effects of GMO (genetically modified) foods on the general population. In the latter half, expert in backyard food production, Marjory Wildcraft, discussed her efforts toward food sustainability and shared tips on how to grow your own foods. ... More »Host: George Noory
Nationally recognized expert in backyard food production, Marjory Wildcraft talked about why she believes the cost of groceries will likely double in 2011, and what people can do to prepare for it. In the the first hour, lead singer of The Fixx, Cy Curnin, discussed his life, music and charity. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett