Learning to produce our own food is essential
if we are to ever truly take control of our own lives. It
liberates us from the role of passive consumer, remote from real decisions,
alienated from nature.
It is a step away from the grip of capitalism and the concrete boot on
the foot of life.
Growing food requires land. Look around you, it's everywhere.
If not horizontal, it's vertical. There is always somewhere.
Your imagination is the limit, railway embankments, back gardens, golf
courses, roofs, car parks, overgrown bits, cracks in the pavement. The
flower beds in your town centre could be growing your crops, right in
the heart of the consumer landscape of burger bars, chain stores and supermarkets.
Guerrilla gardeners are out there now. Why not join them in digging for
Find out about plants,
soil , personal views
and examples of gardens.
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