Seeing is sometimes believing!

Some people learn a lot faster from a picture/video

that visually shows how it is done.

These videos are packed with useful information on their subjects. Here at Bountiful Gardens we like all these DVDs and think that each one provides expert training on its subject.

Browse the Ecology Action Publications section for their Grow Biointensive featured DVDs and Videos.


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A Forest Garden Year with Martin Crawford DVD

Martin Crawford, 2010, 49 min. DVDs and Videos Martin's garden is a wonderful example of what can be done with a minimum of effort to produce an abunda...
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Cover Crops and Compost Crops IN Your Garden DVD

p>Cindy Conner, 2008, 66 minute DVD SECTION: Compost and Soil Fertility, "I recommend Cindy Conner's video, it is well done... in addition, the video ...
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Develop a Sustainable Vegetable Garden Plan

Develop a Sustainable Vegetable Garden Plan Cindy Conner, 2009, 66 minute. DVDs and Videos An intense video course in garden planning packed with i...
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Grow Your Own Groceries DVD

Rooster Crows Productions, 2010, 110 minutes DVD, plus resource CD DVDs and Videos Formerly called: "Food Production Systems for a Backyard or Small Farm"...
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Holistic Orcharding with Michael Phillips DVD

Michael Phillips, 2013, 5 hours DVD An exciting new approach to a subject that has been dominated by dogma, this will change the way you think of tree care--...
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Natural Beekeeping with Ross Conrad DVD

Ross Conrad, 2012, DVD, 3 hrs, 13 min. The video presents a comprehensive survey of natural beekeeping methods and challenges, including segments filmed i...
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Restoration Agriculture DVD

NAME: Restoration Agriculture in Practice DVD AUTHOR: Mark Shepard DATE/ED: 2014 TIME: 2 hours, 15 minutes SEC: Permaculture & Self-Sufficiency ...
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Ruth Stout's Garden Video DVD

23 min, Diverse Gardens and Gardeners, This has been one of our favorite garden videos for many years. Ruth Stout was a proponent of the “no dig/no work” met...