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A Victory Garden

BloominGranny

More victory gardens in Los Angeles

Posted by BloominGranny almost 6 years ago

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Fhaith

Victory Garden of Tommorrow

Posted by Fhaith about 7 years ago

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Fhaith

Advocating for Victory Gardens

Posted by Fhaith about 7 years ago

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Fhaith

Victory Garden of Tomorrow

Posted by Fhaith about 7 years ago

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Hankyknot

Any planning tips?

Posted by Hankyknot about 8 years ago | Last reply by mcav0y about 8 years ago.

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macchick

Growing a Greener World TV Show with Joe Lamp'l

Posted by macchick over 8 years ago

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macchick

Welcome to A Victory Garden

Posted by macchick over 8 years ago | Last reply by JeanneS over 8 years ago.

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Fhaith

Jamie Oliver

Posted by Fhaith over 8 years ago | Last reply by Fhaith about 7 years ago.

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macchick

Victory Gardening Links and Initiatives

Posted by macchick over 8 years ago | Last reply by Jocelyn almost 8 years ago.

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Fhaith

The role of sustainable systems.

Posted by Fhaith over 8 years ago

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macchick

The Victory Garden, Past & Present

Posted by macchick over 8 years ago | Last reply by Fhaith over 8 years ago.

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tash

victory garden 1942 style

Posted by tash over 9 years ago | Last reply by USMC_Sis over 9 years ago.

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tash

non-plant Victory "Garden" things...

Posted by tash over 10 years ago | Last reply by tash over 10 years ago.

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TheLibra

The More Obscure Herbs and Spices

Posted by TheLibra about 11 years ago | Last reply by ReddKatt over 8 years ago.

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TheLibra

Introduce Yourself To the NTVGS...

Posted by TheLibra about 11 years ago | Last reply by grovespirit over 8 years ago.

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Hi there! Welcome to the A Victory Garden group on Folia.

A Grassroots Food Revolution – The Modern Victory Garden


Harkening to the self-sufficiency of previous generations who planted victory gardens in their front and back yards as a means to support their nation’s war forts – today many are undertaking the challenge of declaring independence from corporate food systems, reducing reliance on fossil fuels to bring food to the table, and cultivating a more healthy and fulfilling life.

This grass roots revolution is occurring in today’s modern version of the victory garden. The “war” is a revolution – and the battleground is right here on the home front. It is all about taking back responsibility and control of our own food supply. Whether it is a modest container of tomatoes on a patio deck or a full fledged self-sufficient garden – each effort represents one step towards freeing ourselves from the forces that would keep us dependent on a system of petroleum fueled and factory farmed food.

Growing more of our own food heightens the taste and nutrition of meals, and along the way we experience the empowerment and fulfillment that comes from learning the basic skills of providing for our families and ourselves.


Grow What You Eat – Eat What You Grow!



Used with permission from The Modern Victory Garden



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Fhaith