Sydney Woodward

Sydney Woodward

Syd Woodward is the Founder/Owner and Director of Over Grow The System. He has over 10 years experience running Online Media and is an accomplished Videographer, Photographer, Digital Media Editor and Social Media Manager. Sydney is committed to deepening our relationship with nature and environmental activism through education. Currently he is expanding his skill set in teaching and facilitation.

Have you been looking for a guide to fermentation? It’s May but why am I thinking about winter? For thousands of years that’s what humans did in order to survive the colder months of the year. It wasn’t until very …

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Be inspired by the beauty of Ten Mothers Farm in Cedar Grove, NC and learn how Gordon, Vera, and Luke …

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After nearly four years of gardening, we’ve finally decided to try out companion planting asparagus and strawberries! But as usual, …

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Screen Printed Over Grow The System patch by artist Bubzee . Printed on re claimed fabrics.

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If you were an early American colonist and Jamestown farmer in the 1600’s, you would have been required by law to grow hemp simply because the world was being commanded by large fleets of ships, and those ships needed hemp rope and sails. Thomas Jefferson, the author of our Declaration of Independence was a hemp farmer, the document itself was written on hemp paper, and so was the U.S. Constitution.

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We are living through unprecedented times. This pandemic has swept through our nations, communities and our homes, touching each and …

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Grow an abundance of food in a burlap sack garden! You may have seen people growing potatoes in burlap sacks …

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Via Nature’s Always Right ‘ll be showing and explaining all the efficient systems and features of my chicken coop design. It …

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Via www.greendreamsFL.com Last summer, we got to spend one of the best weeks of our lives with our dear friend & …

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In these unprecedented times of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are turning to their gardens for solace, self sufficiency and …

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