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Post  has55 on 4/9/2015, 9:35 am

for those who wish to attend, its free to listen and watch from home. you can purchase later it you want later. 

to register and hear intro-  http://www.homegrownfoodsummit.com

this is day three
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Hi Austin,
 
 
For some reason our system didn't send out about 8,000 emails yesterday so if you are one of the ones who didn't receive the Day 1 email please accept our apologies.
 
We had a really great start to the summit, yesterday and can't wait for more so without further adieu....
 
Welcome to Day 2!
 
After watching the presentations yesterday, you now know how to plan your garden to get an early start with seedlings and save time not having to water through the season.
 
On The Schedule Today:
 
Sally Fallon gives an overview of why the money business of industrial agriculture can't deliver the nutritious food your family needs.
 
Kendra Lynne demonstrates techniques of canning to save the bounty of summer unspoiled to nourish you through next winter.
 
Katrina Blair explains how anyone can benefit from fresh greens when you know what common weeds are edible. Being able to recognize wild food could prove handy in an emergency.
 
Rick Austin walks us through building a greenhouse to help you survive unplugged and off grid --with heat, meat and vegetables to satisfy your family's nutritional needs.
 
Learn more about of the highlights of today's presentations when you attend today's event, here. The presentations are available for 24 hours starting at 9AM EST. Up until that time you will still see yesterday's presentations.
 
Have a notepad handy as you enjoy today's presentations. Be sure to capture the many tips and techniques passed out.
 
When your head starts to fill, remember all the presentations of The Summit are available for you to enjoy at your convenience. You can set your own schedule.
 
Own all of the presentations as video, audio, and PDF transcriptsfor only $67.00 today.
 
 
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Post  NanSFG on 6/16/2015, 1:38 am

Thank you for posting this.  I am new to SFG and have a lot to learn.  I purchased the thumb drive and have learned quite a bit.  It will take years to implement the suggestions that I think will work for me. 
I am part of the automobile university and listen to the talks in my car as I drive.  Hopefully I can remember which segments I want to watch on my computer or print out.
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