DIY, Gardening

How To Start Living A More Sustainable Lifestyle

If you are anything like me and are concerned about chemicals and your health , or are tired of empty shelves then maybe it is time to start thinking about how to live a more sustainable life.

What if you could be shown by others who have been successful in homestead survival and who want to share their secrets to growing a healthy organic garden , saving money by preserving your own food and just being able to provide for your family  in an emergency?

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Has this year made you feel less secure about your food supply?

I’ve always enjoyed gardening as a way to unplug and relax. But lately, growing my own food has gone from something I enjoy to something I feel I need to do.

So I’ve been working on brushing up on some old skills and developing new ones — all to help me destress and rely less on outsourcing my food!

While this is all a big learning experience, you can avoid many mistakes by learning from someone who knows a thing or two about living sustainably. ( You can sign up for the webinar to find out 8 common mistakes gardeners make and how to fix the here

Homesteading Tips For Beginners

Here is just a small look in to some of the things you will learn from this bundle of homesteading & gardening resources:

  • How To Grow Mushrooms
  • How To Make Money Homesteading
  • How To Plant A Fall Garden
  • How To Get Started With Worm Composting
  • How To Get Started Living Off The Grid
  • Edible Front Yard Gardens
  • Container Gardening For Beginners
  • DIY Raised Garden Beds
  • Canning For Beginners
  • Dehydrating For Beginners & more

You will gain valuable information on homesteading ideas like how to use food as medicine and start your own herbal apothecary with organic soil amendments.

Even if you are lacking space you can start high yield container gardening. There are some many things you can grow in containers. One of my very first container gardening projects was a herb garden with a variety of beneficial herbs for healthy, natural replacements for main stream medicine.

 

10 Vegetables You Can Grow In Containers

You can easily grow the following plants in containers:

  • tomatoes
  • peppers
  • potatoes
  • carrots
  • cucumbers
  • lettuce
  • carrots
  • beets
  • onions
  • garlic

You can easily buy the supplies you need to start your gardening and homesteading journey online.

Here are just a few places that you can shop online for supplies:

(Seeds, Nutrients, Pots, Gardening Tools , Indoor Grow Systems etc)

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