Growing and Procuring Food

     

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Growing and Acquiring Food

Below are examples of ways to become more self-sufficient with growing and procuring food. It would be great if communities get together to create community gardens or share among each other what each member of the community grows in their respective gardens.

 

25 Edible Plants, Fruits and Trees for Wilderness Survival
 
36 Wild Edibles & Medicinal Plants In 15 Minutes
   
15 Poisonous Plants
How to Grow a lot of Food in a Small Garden - 9 EZ tips
   
How to Grow Food for Free in the City
Growing Food in the City - Urban Rooftop Farm in Downtown Toronto
   
How to Grow Food Using Scraps and seeds
5 Veggies That Grow FASTER Than GRASS!
   



The Three Sisters

The Fastest Growing Vegetables and Fruits Every Survivalist Should Know How to Grow

VEGETABLE GARDENING FOR BEGINNERS

Guide to Poisonous Plants

Pictures of Edible Flowers

Nutritional Values of Different Foods

Pine Needle Cough Syrup

How to Grow Your Own Food

Canning Basics for Preserving Food

Drying and Storing Seeds

HOMEMADE GARDEN INSECT REPELLENT

Which plants grow best next to each other: Companion Planting For These Top 10 Veggies

How to Grow Potatoes in a Pallet Container

20 Vegetables You Can Re-Grow From Scraps

10 foods you can grow in your house or garden

Dandelion Recipes and Other Edible Flowers

Other self-sufficiency skills

How To Use Diatomaceous Earth For Pest Control

Permaculture Garden Produces 7000 Pounds of Organic Food Per Year on a Tenth of an Acre


 

 


Food containers can be reused as planters. The lid, after cutting it off, fits perfectly on the bottom to catch water drainage.

Using a food container as a planter

 

 

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