How to Grow Food
in Small Spaces
It doesn’t require a huge space or hours of grit and toil.
In as little as 15 minutes a day,
you can cultivate a garden
that will provide nutrient-dense harvests for you and your family.
- Save money
- Eat fresher and more flavorful food
- Reduce your environmental footprint
- Learn new skills
- Create memories and new family activities
- Release tension and anxiety
- Boost energy levels
"Give someone a squash,
you feed them for a day.
Teach someone to garden,
you feed them and their family for a lifetime."
This webinar is for you if:
You don’t want to be in overalls knee-deep in the dirt all day.
You want to know how to get started growing your food fast.
You’re ready to have control over your food.
You want better quality and sustainable food choices.
What you will learn when you attend:
- How easy it is to start and maintain a garden (in any space)
- A 15-minute maintenance hack to keep your garden on track
- How to choose easy-growing, tasty options
- How to start quickly and effectively
- How to create a garden that provides for you year-round
Sign-up for "How to Grow Food in Small Spaces for Beginners" and get:
a Growing Food In Small Spaces Workbook
to capture your ideas and inspiration during the workshop
(3) Three Adaptable Garden Plans
to begin to design your growing space right away
After this webinar you can grow:
Amazing root veggies like Sarah in a dry Kansas
Tomatoes, beets and beans like IIona in Virginia
Mushrooms like Carrie in her shady backyard
A full head of cauliflower like Taunisha in Minnesota
Why this garden workshop rocks!
Great webinar and chat! Great community!
Mahalo Nicky for the wealth of knowledge!
You already have me so inspired and I know that a small but manageable garden is certainly better than none at all.
Award-winning permaculturists with a passion for health, food, and regenerative agriculture, Nicky and Dave provide food for their family of eight in their tiny townhouse on the outskirts of Washington DC.
There they have learned to to adapt to small spaces, lean budgets, suburban critters, and even HOA restrictions.
Their passion to pass on their garden knowledge is fueled by their desire to have families discover that growing ecologically leads to true freedom and abundance.
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