By purchasing our food from local growers or starting a local garden or farm we can help to eliminate food deserts and offer healthy nutritious food close to where we live. This will also provide satisfying employment opportunities in every city in our country.
When the people lead, the leaders follow!
As our climate continues to grow more and more erratic, our ability to rely on long-distance food chains will be increasingly difficult.
I was just informed that another great cause "Food for All" has been adding members at the rate 7,000 per day! Since we all eat, I wanted to challenge all of us to pass this "Relocalize American Food" cause to our networks of friends and get this cause really growing.
Just in the City of Detroit,…Read More
As the hottest days of Summer fade into history, it is time to start thinking about planting a fall crop. Check out your local extension agency as they often have a list of crops that can be grown in your area in the fall.
Zev - Moderator
Now that the snow of winter is mostly passed it is time to take steps to help move our food closer to where we live. One of the best ways is to plant or expand your garden. Even in the colder climates it is time to start some seeds and prep your soil, so in a few weeks you can start…Read More