Marjory Wildcraft is the founder of The Grow Network, which is the online home of a global community of people who grow their own food and medicine. "Home grown food on every table" is the solution. Marjory was featured as an expert in sustainable living by National Geographic, she is the host of the Mother Earth News Online Homesteading Summit, and is a regular guest on many national radio and television shows. She is the an author and producer of several books and videos, but is best known for her DVD series "Grow Your Own Groceries" which has over a half million copies in use by homesteaders, foodies, preppers, universities, and missionary organizations around the world.
Marjory and her husband are raising two teenage kids in Central Texas. Other than building an online network, being "Mom", or tending her family's food supply, Marjory loves playing, running, gymnastics, skateboarding, acquiring skills from the Paleolithic era (yes, she is part cave woman), and experimenting with everything.
Dan Collins, the founder of Tiger Hill Capital, a Hong Kong based asset management company addressed how China's unprecedented industrial revolution has created massive wealth.
Sustainable living pioneer Marjory Wildcraft joined John B. Wells to discuss various scenarios which point to imminent collapse, the best ways to prepare and how to find a survival retreat.More » Host: John B. Wells
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,
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... 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.