In less than two months, it will be the International Year of Peace and Trust, the International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development, and the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables. Knowing how dedicated the members of the United Nations are, this is good news. Interestingly enough, as food prices increase and food production continues to face destruction due to the global impact of COVID-19, there’s no telling how the UN is going to pull this off.
I’m a self-reliant expert on a mission to stop the destruction of the earth. At The Grow Network, I’ve inspired hundreds of thousands of people to do the same. Through backyard food production and homemade medicine, our members are taking realistic steps towards the same goals as The United Nations.
Over a decade ago I had a forbidden thought that I could not get out of my head: I wanted to stop the destruction of the Earth. I was homeschooling my two kids homesteading in a rural part of Texas. While teaching my kids about biology, nutrition, and ecology my anger flared at how we're treating this planet. A woman alone, barefoot with dirt under my nails, I felt that I was either crazy or megalomaniacal to think that I could make any difference at all in the world. But in my heart, I knew that even if I did not change anything by one iota, I had to try.
I spent many months and years looking deeply into how our world would change and what would be most needed. I understood that we would be entering a period that would be extremely difficult. I especially wanted to find something that regular people could do to empower themselves, contribute to positive change, and help the stability of what would be a very tumultuous time. I spent many months and years looking deeply into how our world would change and what would be most needed.
I understood that we would be entering a period that would be extremely difficult. I especially wanted to find something that regular people could do to empower themselves, contribute to positive change, and help the stability of what would be a very tumultuous time.
“Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.” — Francis of Assisi
I stood in my garden surrounded by my small flock of chickens and home rabbitry and I knew that with all the problems we are facing today, the solution was right there and so simple: grow your own food.
Imagine the savings, the nutrition, the quality, the abundance… Growing your own food will change your life forever. Once you taste the difference and enjoy your own harvest, you realize that going to the grocery store is not as important as we thought.
Growing your own food creates opportunities to make more money, save more money, and practically share money — a free meal here and there from your garden or neighbor’s garden can make a huge difference. Now imagine growing half of your own food.
Plus, growing your own food frees up so much time to focus on what’s important. You never have to worry about standing in socially-distanced lines for anything. And when you grow your own food, you improve your mental and physical health.
Since I started growing my own food, I’ve navigated clients and companies through the most recent financial recessions and seen every crisis coming. So far this year, dozens of my peers have asked me for advice. I’ve even had a chance to help people find safe havens away from cities, buy the best stocks, and improve their health.
So, after talking with my team, I decided to host a free webinar for you. Pandemic, food shortage, financial crisis? No problem. In this webinar, I’ll show you what’s going to happen in 2021 and how to prepare for it.
You’ve already lived through this lockdown. You’re reading this post. You know it’s time to understand the magnitude of our economic collapse.
So join me and learn how to prepare for 2021.
Marjory Wildcraft is the founder of The Grow Network, a movement of over half a million people who are growing their own food in an effort to stop the destruction of the Earth that’s being caused by unsustainable farming practices . National Geographic featured Marjory as an expert in off-grid living, and she is featured in “Who’s Who in America” for her work in building deep community resilience, restoring heirloom genetics in gardens and livestock, and encouraging a return to natural medicine across the nation. She has hosted Mother Earth News’s online “Homesteading Summit.” Marjory also hosts the annual Home Grown Food Summit, which reaches hundreds of thousands of viewers every year.