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Do the hard work needed to find a simple solution.

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Do the hard work needed to find a simple solution.

Often putting a little thought and hard work up front save you many headaches and work later on. The simple solution will also be one that can be passed on to others. This will keep them from becoming dependent on you, and allow them to make their own repairs and improvements. This will also… Continue

Posted on March 20, 2010 at 3:32am

How much can you grow on 1/10 of an acre?

This family harvests "up to 6,000 lbs harvest annually on 1/10
acre" They supply enough food for the family to eat and still have plenty left over to sell at the market.


Posted on March 20, 2010 at 1:59am — 1 Comment

Extremely Local Food


Even if you live in an apartment you can grow food. They are also doing this project open source which is a plus. What I haven't seen is how sustainable the "hydroponic nutrients" are. We can work on that.

Posted on March 20, 2010 at 1:55am

Food Security

Here is one way everyone can become more secure in your food. Learn which native plants in your area are edible. Some plants that you see every day and think of as weeds are edible and very tasty. Has anyone heard of dandelion wine?

This is a great site and the blog posts are very insightful. This guy also has over 100 youtube videos.

Posted on March 20, 2010 at 1:48am — 1 Comment

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Welcome to EVOKE Agent Phil. Glad to have you here, there is much to do.

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