Food ForestVideos Touring My Old Food Forest in North Florida by David The Good March 27, 2019 written by David The Good March 27, 2019 Share this post!FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestRelated posts:The Great South Florida Food Forest Project Update, May 2015: Yet more to see!Homemade pawpaw fungi inoculantThings You Don't See on Florida BeachesWild Amaranth vs. its Cultivated Cousin and Other StoriesNew Videos Incoming and Lots of Work to Do 5 comments PinterestWhatsappEmail David The Good previous post Back Home and Editing Videos! next post How to Garden in Clay Related Articles Visiting The Fruit and Spice Park December 7, 2015 Prepper Recon Interview Covering Grow Or Die January 22, 2016 Scott Head Composts Everything October 29, 2020 Free Nitrogen-Fixer Seeds March 4, 2017 Continuous Composting July 30, 2018 The Five Keys to Building Healthy Soil April 6, 2017 What is a Food Forest? (And How to... February 27, 2020 A Homemade Broadfork! March 28, 2018 The N.O.G.R.A.S.S. Garden on YouTube January 25, 2021 It’s fig season! July 15, 2015 5 comments Dan March 28, 2019 - 2:10 pm Awesome! I was really looking forward to this video. It looks like your food forest has naturalized well in your absence. And what a blessing that the new owner appreciates the food forest for what it is. Glad you made it back to your piece of paradise safely. Reply David The Good March 28, 2019 - 8:32 pm Thank you. Reply Jim and PJ Purdy April 13, 2019 - 2:05 pm Absolutely FAB Mr. David, My wife and I were riveted to the screen for the entire tour. Watched your farewell tour so many times I feel like I know the trees myself. Thank you very much for the update. Very sorry we missed you in Gainesville, couldn’t ,make the trip from Alaska. Hope to some day meet you and let you know how inspirational you have been to us and our food forest Reply What is a Food Forest? (And How to Start Your Own) | The Survival Gardener February 27, 2020 - 5:35 am […] four frustrating years of renting, I am now planting my third food forest. My first one was planted in North Florida, followed by a simultaneous food forest project in suburban South […] Reply What is a Food Forest? (And How to Start Your Own) | Best Gardening February 27, 2020 - 10:54 pm […] four frustrating years of renting, I am now planting my third food forest. My first one was planted in North Florida, followed by a simultaneous food forest project in suburban South […] Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.