First let me start with a disclaimer... the following link is a rather long commercial promoting a food survival system.
However, the method is so extraordinary and the cost is so low (currently $37) that I think it would be selfish of me not to pass it on. The system (Aquaponics) promises to provide unlimited food during a crisis even if you have limited space, and it's guaranteed to be so easy to build that even a 12 year old can do it.
If you haven't started prepping or you don't even know what that is, do yourself a favor and watch this video.
Zo . . . it's Spring. The snow has melted from the ground. What's the thing to do now to get ready for the growing season? Any gardeners here?
how's your Spring going so far? i have a new raspberry bed project underway...
can't wait to get my babies planted. got two each of Heritage (everbearing red), Autumn Bliss (everbearing red), Fall Gold (everbearing gold), and Royalty (purple - gotta have purple )
Home-grown veg ruined by toxic herbicide
across Britain are reaping a bitter harvest of rotten potatoes,
withered salads and deformed tomatoes after an industrial herbicide
tainted their soil. Caroline Davies reports on how the food chain
became contaminated and talks to the angry allotment owners whose plots
have been destroyed
The Gathering Spot is a PEERS empowerment website
"Dedicated to the greatest good of all who share our beautiful world"