Keep Calm and Grow Food zine

Keep Calm and Grow Food zine

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Estimated delivery: Mar 23 - 26
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Free delivery to United Kingdom

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Most of us wander through life without thinking too much about where our food comes. But - as Brexit is making abundantly clear - the modern food system is very vulnerable to shocks and disruptions, leaving us '9 meals from anarchy', as the saying goes.

So it can be comforting to know that you can make the most of any outdoor space you have, or just your windowsills, and grow some fresh food to tide you over if need be. 'Keep Calm and Grow Food' is a lighthearted and practical guide that will start you down that road, a journey that has added a great deal to my life since I took up gardening 20 years ago.

Even if Brexit turns out to be a storm in a teacup, there are plenty of other reasons why an 'outdoor larder' is a good idea. Growing your own food is good for you and the environment, and can help you through if (e.g.) you lose your job, or experience a bit of a cash flow crisis, or are injured and can't make it to the shops as easily as before. Knowing how to turn a seed into food is a useful life skill, rewarding and not difficult to acquire.

44 A5 pages, with recycled card cover (colours may vary).
Most of us wander through life without thinking too much about where our food comes. But - as Brexit is making abundantly clear - the modern food system is very vulnerable to shocks and disruptions, leaving us '9 meals from anarchy', as the saying goes.

So it can be comforting to know that you can make the most of any outdoor space you have, or just your windowsills, and grow some fresh food to tide you over if need be. 'Keep Calm and Grow Food' is a lighthearted and practical guide that will start you down that road, a journey that has added a great deal to my life since I took up gardening 20 years ago.

Even if Brexit turns out to be a storm in a teacup, there are plenty of other reasons why an 'outdoor larder' is a good idea. Growing your own food is good for you and the environment, and can help you through if (e.g.) you lose your job, or experience a bit of a cash flow crisis, or are injured and can't make it to the shops as easily as before. Knowing how to turn a seed into food is a useful life skill, rewarding and not difficult to acquire.

44 A5 pages, with recycled card cover (colours may vary).

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