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Video Friday: How-to Grow a Vegetable Garden from Kitchen Scraps

For this Veggietorial, I'm going to show you how I started my organic container garden from kitchen scraps and cuttings, no green thumb required. http://bit.ly/1785Vn2

Start with a quality soil enriched with organic compost. The only "fertilizer" I use is EM- effective micro organisms- which is like probiotics … Read the rest

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Video Friday: Beautiful 1-Acre Small Scale Permaculture Farm – Limestone Permaculture Farm

A tour of Limestone Permaculture Farm in New South Wales, Australia. Brett Cooper manages the 1-acre property as a productive farm helping to feed around 50 families. The tour includes a look at the orchard, caravan farm gate, chicken and duck areas, and shade house, and Brett talks … Read the rest

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Video Friday: Tour a Thriving 23-Year-Old Permaculture Food Forest

In the small town of Riverton at the bottom of New Zealand’s South Island is Robert and Robyn Guyton’s amazing 23-year-old food forest. The 2-acre property has been transformed from a neglected piece of land into a thriving ecosystem of native and exotic trees where birds and insects … Read the rest

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Video Friday: Secret Tips For The Ultimate Veggie Garden

Graham creates a feature veggie garden for a young family, with a bit of help from Adam. Along the way, they’ll fill you in on how to start your own veggie patch – from choosing the perfect spot, to what to grow and how.

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Video Friday: This Gardener Regularly Grows 100-Pound Vegetables

Growing up in a family of 13, Phillip Vowles learned to appreciate the effort it took to feed all his brothers and sisters. So when he started harvesting his own crop, he decided to supersize his venture. As Phillip says, “big vegetables feed big families.” Today, his giant … Read the rest

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Video Friday: Homesteading Family Living Off-Grid in a Spectacular Earthship

This inspiring off-grid homesteading family lives in a renovated stone earthship. They grow their own food, collect rainwater, use solar power, have composting toilets, and they have a pond that filters their grey water.

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