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Marjory Wildcraft

Our Vision and Core Values

The experience of eating and sharing sharing fresh, homegrown food at your dinner table is so incredible, we want everyone to enjoy this simple honest pleasure. Our catalyzing statement, (yeah, the thing that gets us up every morning), is “Homegrown Food On Every Table”.

We value:

  • Soil
  • Water
  • Sunlight
  • Simplicity
  • Sustainability
  • Synergy
  • Authenticity
  • Integrity

We also like to have a bit of fun.

We don’t always live up to every piece of it, but we do strive for it. Especially that one about ‘authenticity’. With the internet setup the way it is, authenticity is vitally important to us. All of our contributors live the life and walk the talk.

As you browse this site, you’ll notice we don’t get into politics much, although it is fun to poke fun at politicians from time to time. We welcome all religions and even atheists; but who cannot be in touch with the Devine once you start growing food?

Our primary focus is on self-reliance skills and real solutions that work for everyday people.

We believe that true maturity and adulthood requires you have the basic skills to feed and cloth yourself, treat common illnesses, defend yourself appropriately, be able to lead and follow, and contribute to your community. And no, we aren’t all there yet. We’ve still got a bit of growing up to do ourselves. This site is intended to use the power of community to help all of us.

Since that bit about ‘feeding yourself’ is one of the more difficult nuts to crack, we tend to focus on that particular aspect a lot. Plus, we love eating good food!

Some of Our Contributing Experts:

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4 Comments on About

  1. Do you do banner swaps?
    I would love to swap banners with you
    Check out my website above.
    My banner is at the very bottom of the page.
    Thank You
    Tony Lamb

  2. Dear Marjory,
    For soft/silky/shiny hair that stays clean for almost a week, here are
    3 quick easy Shampoo/Liquid Soap recipes!!
    Like you, I love the Egg recipe. Then I tried the Borax recipe, and am sold on it now for the same results, and have a gallon of it handy too instead for use!!
    Re Egg shampoo, I included the rinse here as well.
    I make own bar/liquid soap, but these recipes are the best ever – especially
    for shampoo and long hair!
    Can’t wait to try the B. Soda recipe, which I bet will be just as good. The Citric acid and Vinegar conditioning are so soft and silky!!
    !!Enjoy all!!

    BORAX LIQUID SOAP/SHAMPOO (For hair just as soft/silky as using Egg Whites!! Stops scalp itching & dandruff and won’t need shampooing daily!)

    1/8 cp. Borax powder
    1 Gallon Plastic Pail/lid
    plastic Funnel
    x2 plastic dispenser bottles

    Fill one Gallon pail with hottest tap water and add Borax. Let settle & stir to dissolve it all. It should feel slippery between fingers. If not add a heaping Tblspn. of Borax to a separate cup of very hot water & dissolve it for thicker concentration and use alone, or add it to gallon pail to thicken it more for use. Either way, once dissolved (in a few minutes), pour off the clear part into the bottles. This is the soap!
    *For Shampoo, you can make it more lathery by adding a tsp. of liquid homemade soap to the dispenser bottle, with the Borax liquid in it. Use with
    C. Acid rinse for silkier shine!

    *For the ‘Rinse’ use 1/4-1/2 tsp. of Citric Acid powder added to 1 cp. of water (poured in a jar, cottage cheese size, funneled into dispenser bottle), & apply it to hair for at least a minute before rinsing it out, to make hair feel silky later.
    *Only Citric Acid is used. Ascorbic acid, lemon juice and vinegar are not strong enough to rinse Borax out.
    …………………………………………………………………………………………………

    EGG SHAMPOO (For softest, silkiest hair ever!

    3 EGG whites
    Beat with a fork 30 times.
    To shampoo scoop it up over hair and work into a lather. Leave on while showering. Rinse out, then condition with 50% vinegar/water. Leave rinse in one minute. Rinse out lightly. Wow!
    …………………………………………………………………………….

    BAKING SODA SHAMPOO
    1 tblsp. B. Soda
    1 cp. very hot water
    Place both in plastic container & stir until dissolved. This is the soap. To shampoo ‘scoop it over hair by hand’. If poured, too much runs off. This time for rinse, use 1 tsp. of ascorbic acid in 1 cp. water, or equal parts of vinegar & water. Leave in for about a minute. For shine, press lemon against hair.
    …………………………………………………………….
    Thankyou Marj for all you do!!
    You make me laugh too!………
    Cheers!
    Shelley C. :b