Homegrown: A Residential Guide to Edibility

eBook (PDF), 93 Pages
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This book examines the potential for urban residences to become self-sustaining and productive environments using a ¼ acre lot in Muncie, Indiana as an example. It explores how society has grown further from nature, creating a gap that has resulted in the underutilization of the environment and how permaculture, forest gardening, and paradise gardening reconnect humans to nature while creating more sustainable environments to live in, benefiting nature as well as the health, wealth, and happiness of people and their communities.
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  • By Julia Moore
    Mar 19, 2016
    A thorough study of a project to turn an urban backyard into a successful food garden to feed a family. Lots of information, plenty of inspiration for anyone wanting to do the same.
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First Edition
VMG Publishing
September 28, 2011
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