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