I thought this was an enjoyable conversation. Pretty optimistic with a lot of truths.
Dan Schultz who runs a sustainable living project in the remote Siskiyou Mountains talks about focusing on our relationship with the land through permaculture/agroforestry, animal husbandry, and wildcrafting during these dramatic socio-economic changes. • Reactive vs. Proactive • Supplementing fresh produce with storable emergency foods • Just start and obtain any type of yield in your garden • Bridging form the unsustainable to the Sustainable • Solar EMP • Root Cellars • Faraday Root cellar • Canning, Smoking Drying foods for preservation • Greenhouse food diversity
Just watched a very good conversation between David DuByne from Adapt 2030 and Dan Shultz who owns this place. People who started doing this five years ago are looking pretty smart now.https://t.co/l5a5w9l5RJ— Moses Eleftheria (@EleftheriaMoses) July 28, 2021