Great Big Ideas & Takeaways:
- See what it’s like to step back in time, slow down, and learn primitive arts and ancestral skills.
- Photos of a variety of primitive skills classes with commentary, including flint knapping, weaving, hiding tanning, wholistic medicine, bow making, fire building, shelter making, and much more.
- What to expect—from accommodation, to food, to evening socialization and classes, to daily class registrations.
- How to find a primitive skills gathering that suits your interests.
About The Speaker:
Marjory Wildcraft is the founder of The Grow Network, an organization dedicated to teaching everyone how to simply and easily grow, prepare, and preserve their own food and medicine.
A featured speaker at Mother Earth News Fairs, on National Geographic, and on countless national radio and TV shows, Marjory is best-known for her video series “Grow Your Own Groceries,” which has over half a million copies in use by homesteaders, foodies, preppers, universities, missionary organizations, and more – all around the world.
“Homegrown food on every table” is the catalyzing statement of her organization.
Marjory has been called “The most dangerous woman in America” for teaching people how to live free of the grocery stores and drugstores. And she encourages EVERYONE to grow food for reasons that include health, spirituality, preparedness… and for no reason at all!
QUESTION: Do any opportunities exist, in your local area, to learn primitive skills like these?