Interview and Pasture Walk with Greg Judy (part I)

Interview and Pasture Walk with Greg Judy (part I)

Interview and pasture walk with Greg Judy

I recently took a road trip in my 1970 Chevelle from Kansas to Arkansas to attend a two-day regenerative grazing workshop led by Greg Judy. While there, I had the opportunity to interview Greg and record two pasture walks. In this first of two videos, I interview greg and then share the pasture walk from day one of the work shop. In the next video, I share the day two pasture walk. The two videos are long, but contain a wealth of wisdom and applicable information!

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Greg Judy’s Website:
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About the African Homestead:
In 2019, my family and I will relocate from Liberia’s capital city, Monrovia, to the edge of a small village in the interior of the country. Before moving, we need to build an off grid homestead. The project includes construction of a house, garage/shop, schoolhouse, and training center, where we will lead training ranging from permaculture design to theology.

On this channel, we will cover many aspects of homesteading and self-sufficiency / self-reliance. Subjects will be a mix of vlogs and DIY projects, including primitive and modern construction, solar power, micro-hydro power (hopefully), selectively harvesting trees and milling lumber on-site for the construction of our house and other structures, Practicing Farming God’s Way, natural farming, permaculture, and organic agriculture that includes kitchen gardens, food forests, composting, and more, all in a tropical environment.

We will also cover multiple types of livestock. Everything from raising chickens, rabbits, goats, pigs, and (maybe) cows, ranging from breeding, to milking, to butchering.

As part of self sufficiency, after growing our own food, we will share how to preserve it, from curing and smoking meats like bacon, to canning and fermenting veggies from the garden. Of course, we will be sharing some of our favorite recipes too!

On many of these endeavors, we will be learning as we go, which means we will make mistakes and have failures, all of which, we will share with you.

Thanks for joining us on the journey!

If you want to support our work in Liberia, you can make a secure, tax deductible donation here:
To donate to our construction/farm/community development project, go to “Special Funds and Projects”, then click the drop down menu and select “Butter Hill, Liberia”
To donate support us and our ministry work, go to “Individual Support”, then click the drop down menu and select “Eric and Pam Buller”

Video Equipment:
-iPhone 7 –
-JOBY GripTight GorillaPod –

-Canon T5i DSLR – (newer model)
-Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens –
-Movo VXR4000-PRO Shotgun Video Condenser Microphone –
-Vanguard Alta Pro 263AB 100 Aluminum Tripod –

Editing Software:
-Adobe Premiere Pro CC
-Adobe Illustrator CC
-Adobe Photoshop CC
-Microsoft Paint

Logo Credit: Lucy Buller –