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garden book, "Growing Food in the City - When you don't have any land", gifts for gardeners, eco friendly gifts

garden book, "Growing Food in the City - When you don't have any land", gifts for gardeners, eco friendly gifts

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Do you love the idea of vegetable gardening and edible landscaping? Do you wish you could partiicpate - if only you had access to land?

If land is your problem (inadequate space, an unwilling landlord, whatever) then "When you don't have any land" is especially for you!

Localizing our food supply and growing whatever we can is an enormous global warming solution. It builds local food production and resilience. And it's really grounding. It reconnects us - body, heart and soul - to the earth and her ecosystems. It feels so good!

So let's get growing already!

"When you don't have any land" gives you more than a dozen tested ways to access land for food production. I've tried a lot of these, or I know people who use them to great advantage. That's why I put them together in this boolet to help you.


Our Abundant Harvests series is rooted in more than a decade of experience in high-yield urban vegetable gardens in Southern California’s unique year-round growing season.

paperback booklet, 22 pages


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