We all have a connection to earth. And growing our own food is our gentle reminder how we are all connected. Growing your own food could be regarded as one of the most important life skills to learn, yet sadly, ignored by many.
Welcome nature into your house by exploring the marvels of germination, the mysteries of microbes devouring organic waste and turning it into black gold. Watch how plants are limited by what they don’t have, not by what they have. Learning the art of composting by taking away the factors that slow it down. Growing your own food is a lifestyle choice, something for the whole family to buy into. There is no cookie cutter system, or a one-size-fits-all, as everyone has different requirements, diet, tastes, space and available light. However, the one unifying aspect, is it all comes down to making a living soil and redirecting our organic matter away from the landfill.