It’s important to have access to locally grown food, and even those with no prior experience can swiftly learn…
How to turn your backyard into a food production system.
We all intuitively know that it’s important to have access to locally grown food, especially if it’s grown organically.
It gives us calorie resilience in case our standard thousand-mile supply chains become disrupted. It’s more nutrient-rich and healthier for us. It tastes (much) better. Growing it increases our connection to nature. The list of additional benefits is long.
Marjory Wildcraft, founder of The Grow Network and author of Grow Your Own Groceries, explains how we can contribute to the local food production movement by using our own windowsills, planters and backyards as a food production system.
Even those with no prior experience can swiftly learn how to grow and raise a meaningful portion of their dietary calories.