As I am (Ahem) prepairing to return to my mtn (AKA the land of no Wifi)
I am.... "Collecting a list' of youtube videos which one might find of interest, and informative and a way to pass the time. (Location, and method left to your imagination)
I'm sharing some, in the hopes that others will be shared.
The Victorian Kitchen Garden:
This is January, there is one for each month. A gentleman who learned "The old ways" shares them with us.
I have watched several.
The Wartime Kitchen Garden:
Same people, I have watched one of them.
BBC Wartime Farm:
Also seen one of the series:
Fork to Fork:
Highly recommended by a good friend of mine (You know who you are)
The Edible Garden:
Tudor Monistary farm:
Recommended by Jack Sperico @ The survival Podcast.
Four Acres and Independence:
Don't know about this one, just looked good and I "Jumped through" it a bit and I think it'll be worth watching.
Doesn't have to be about Farming, I just like how the BBC does these.... Like useful and like history.
Not looking for "Some guy in his backyard made this" and "under 10 minute videos unless they are REALLY excellent no offense.
(These series are about 30 hours)