Get Your Garden Ready for Spring and Declare Your Independence from an Unsustainable Food System
Sarah Galbraith is a freelance writer living in Marshfield
Growing your own food is a great way to reduce your impact on the planet – even if you only grow a few vegetables or herbs. My latest article helps you prepare your vegetable garden this Spring.
Participating in our local food system is just one of many ways to reduce our impact on the planet. Growing your own food is a meaningful contribution. Planning for and preparing your vegetable garden is a great way to celebrate this Earth Day! I wrote about four steps to prepare your vegetable garden this spring in the current issue of Vermont Woman Newspaper, available for free online and on newsstands around Vermont now. Follow the link to learn how to prepare your soil, grow a cover crop for improved soil quality, plan your garden, and begin planting. It’s easier than you think to grow your own food – plus, it’s a lot of fun and highly rewarding!