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Foraging Friday: Survival Classes!

The latest from teacher and forager, Max Gordon

Here is your weekly dose of Foraging Friday, a list of what I’m pondering and exploring. I hope you had a good thanksgiving. Thank you for supporting my work. Please consider checking out these seasonal products for you are your family:

1)  Saunaspace: Infrared, low-EMF sauna
2) Bulletproof: low-carb, high-fat fuels
3) Powerplate: whole-body, vibration technology (use “maxgordon” at checkout)

In addition, I’m excited to announce a new survival skills series happening in South Florida! Here is the link!

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What i’m researching

The following is an excerpt from a paper from 1981 called “Pamunkey Housebuilding: An Experimental Study of Late Woodland Construction Technology In The Powhatan Confederacy” by Errett Callahan:

“The problem under investigation is the gap in the archaeological record concerning housing patterns among the Pamunkey Tribe of the Powhatan cultural area (Virginia Coastal Plain) during the terminal Late Woodland period (1600 AD). Little is know about how houses were constructed, how well they performed at meeting climatic stress, how houses were organized spatially within communities, or how houses articulated with their local natural environment.”

Quote i’m pondering

“Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure… than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat.” – Theodore Roosevelt


Videos i’m creating: Magical Moringa

https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/bzWF8Y7h82w?rel=0&autoplay=0&showinfo=0&enablejsapi=0


Have a wonderful weekend, all.

Much love to you and yours,

Max

P.S. Deal of the Week — Freedom Forest

My friend Jesse is from Nanuet, New York and is the CEO of Freedom Forest. He’s been creating food forests across the northeast for many years. A “freedom forest” is a food forest is an ecosystem that you can create in your backyard that offers you organic food, medicine, fiber, and wood. Examples are apple trees, pears, chestnuts, and milkweed.

We’re doing a special together. For the next few weeks, if use say Max has sent you, Jesse will give you 5% off your order! Email “Freedomforest1@gmail.com”. If you’re interested in a food forest in Florida, contact “lionsforever1234@gmail.com”.

Food forest

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