I watched Marjory Wildcraft’s new video this weekend and was quite pleased to see her recreating my melon pit method from my book (and upcoming Major Motion Picture) Compost Everything: The Good Guide to Extreme Composting:
She calls them “squash pits” but it’s the same thing.
And, if you haven’t noticed the little ads I’ve been posting for the Home Grown Food Summit 2016, this is my official announcement that I’ve got an absolutely outrageous video on composting that will be showing during the event.
Introducing Compost Everything: The Movie!
Here’s the trailer:
It’s an hour-long blast of hilarious vignettes and demonstrations of many “extreme composting” techniques. I’ve already screened it for a few people with rave reviews. You’ll love it, and it will be free to watch online during the Homegrown Food Summit, along with dozens of other gardening and homesteading videos from some of the very best. Marjory Wildcraft set up this event last year and it did great… and she invited me back.
I’m stoked. I’ve never created a huge video like this by myself before and though it’s not quite Spielberg quality, it definitely turned out well. There’s even a music video in it. HA!