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I just finished watching this documentary that was sent to me from a fellow coworker and wow this was very eye opening and awesome in my book.
It is called Back To Eden and it explains a low maintenance/high rewarding way of gardening.
Here is A Low Maintenance Gardening Idea….
Check it out below and may you be as blessed by it as I was. I wanted to clarify also that I get no kind of compensation from this. I just think it is very good and wanted to pass it on.
About The Film
BACK TO EDEN is a documentary film that shares the incredible story of American gardener and arborist Paul Gautschi and his lifelong journey learning how to get back to the garden of Eden.
The documentary, streaming online for free, has received over 50 million views in every country in the world.
The film ignited a world-renowned regenerative organic gardening movement that regenerates the soil and restores soil biodiversity which results in higher yields with less input, all while sequestering carbon.
Back to Eden Gardening is a regenerative organic gardening method that practices no-till and organic growing principles.
The permaculture technique is simple — cover the soil. Growing food and plants with industrial techniques has devastated our climate and planet.
That’s why we’re empowering gardeners to practice regenerative organic gardening principles.
These practices reduce greenhouse gas emissions and could help trap more carbon than conventional gardening and agriculture.
This is a long documentary but it is well worth the watch. Just imagine no more fertilizer or watering your garden.
We currently live in town but if we ever move out into the country we will definitely be taking up this form of gardening.
I am all about doing things smart and efficient. This way of gardening covers both of those very nicely. I am very excited for this and hope you get as much out of this as I did.
I truly believe if more people watched this and put it into practice, gardening would become a lot more fun and doable for more people.
They have a ton of stuff on their website. There are different ways to get seeds and ideas on how to find wood chips in your area.
Again I get no compensation from them, I just like what they are doing and want to pass it on to all the folks coming to my site.
I mean if there was an easier way to grow food and stock up on your emergency food supply wouldn’t you want to know about it?
So if this interests you head on over to their site and check out all of their info.
If you are more into doing a raised garden or don’t have a ton of space, like in my personal situation, then you can check out my other two posts below and see what we did at our home:
Once you start growing all this food you are also going to need a way to store it. You can check out my post labeled Harvest Right Food Freeze Dyer Review to see a good way to store all this produce.
I hope this post gave you several ideas to be able to start growing your own food no matter what your location is.
Now that you have a couple strategies to prepare your soil and a way to preserve your food, check out the article below to see some of the tools that will make your life easier.
Thanks For Reading…