The book “Garden the Organic Way” is now available in softcover and would make a perfect holiday gift or reading material during the offseason gardening months. The book serves as a comprehensive guide to organic gardening, covering all stages from being an absolute beginner to harvesting delicious fruits and vegetables. It also emphasizes soil restoration and sustainable practices. It can help plan upcoming gardens, increase crop production, and enhance overall garden productivity. It’s available on Etsy via the link provided on the website.
Food For Thought
The post emphasizes the importance of local food production due to the vulnerability of overseas dependency, especially amid increasing climate change. It states that unpredictable weather harms crops and reduces availability of local produce, increasing reliance on potentially unsafe and unregulated imports. The author urges consumers to buy from local growers, join sustainable agriculture initiatives, and learn to grow their own food organically to reduce carbon emissions, maintain food security, and create a healthier environment.
The importance of local food production is emphasized to address food supply challenges. Loss of farmland due to drought in California is highlighted and the need for solutions like water conservation and technology implementation is discussed. Corporate farming and chemical pollution’s impact on the environment and food quality are also addressed.
The author discusses the diminishing availability of wholesome, chemical-free food worldwide due to the loss of farmland. Increasing urban sprawl and the conversion of farmland into housing projects or for corporate use are the main contributors. The author highlights the need for measures to protect farmland, promote localized food production, and raise awareness about the long-term implications of this issue through a blog series.
Organic gardening is popularly thought of as growing things without the use of synthetic fertilizers or chemicals such as pesticides. The USDA adds bioengineering and ionizing radiation to that definition. Actually, the concept of organic gardening is much greater than this. Organic gardening encompassing the …