When I was a kid, I loved gardens. When we had one at our house, I loved weeding because it meant eventually I’d get to snack on yummy radishes. When teachers and grandparents wanted young labor to help in the gardens, I was always willing.
The secrets to food production in landscaping are here! You’ve got a front row seat. I’ll wait while you go get a cup of tea.
We’ve got a fantastic giveaway and a huge announcement about how you can take an edible landscaping course for free. So stick with me. But to truly understand how far you can still come on your journey to food production, you just must read this interview!
Food is my business. Not just food—I am not a chef; I can’t make my tiramisu presentable or my own puff pastry dough from scratch—but our (Wilson & my own) passion is in teaching others the importance of knowing where food comes from and how to preserve it for future use.
Maybe you’ve thought some of these:
The problem is bigger than me.
I don’t want to know.
But it tastes so good.
I don’t have time.
I don’t know how.
If you have (and I have), then I would like for you to consider four areas of food ethics. These four things will totally change the way to see–and taste–what’s on your plate.
When you love making food as much as I do, having your own indoor garden right in the kitchen is a fantastic way of getting your herbs and veggies as fresh as they can get. Cultivate your own countertop garden with this simple indoor garden how-to guide, with tips on what you can grow and how to take care of your countertop plants!
What if I told you that you did not have to pull every weed, sweating under the hot sun with a sore back and little yield? Permaculture refers to permanent agriculture, a system to stack functions and work with nature (by first observing) instead of fighting against it all of the time! Get a quick permaculture overview through the contrast of two city lots, side-by-side.