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5 tiny gardening ideas (so you can think big)


GMOs and the use of chemical pesticides and fertilizers have caused many to reconsider the quality of food sold in conventional grocery stores. For those who’d rather be in control of where and how their food is grown, home gardening is an obvious alternative. If like me, you long to be a farmer but live in a small, urban rental property, producing food seems like a pipe dream. But living smaller doesn’t have to mean giving up the quest for self-sufficiency in the kitchen.
Read the full article here on Mother Nature Network, including a call out to Vertical Theory! 


    GMOs and the use of chemical pesticides and fertilizers have caused many to reconsider the quality of food sold in conventional grocery stores. For those who’d rather be in control of where and how their food is grown, home gardening is an obvious alternative. If like me, you long to be a farmer but live in a small, urban rental property, producing food seems like a pipe dream. But living smaller doesn’t have to mean giving up the quest for self-sufficiency in the kitchen.

    Read the full article here on Mother Nature Network, including a call out to Vertical Theory!