Grow A Food Forest
If you’ve been paying attention these last few years, you’ve probably noticed a few alarming developments. From inflation to millions of undocumented persons flooding across our southern border to the globalist ‘elite’ plan to take control of the world’s food supply, the U.S.A. is heading down an unsavory path. Essentially, yesterday was a great time to start using permaculture.
Luckily, you can still take targeted, strategic action to secure your family’s access to fresh food, no matter what the nutjob elitists try to do. A permaculture food forest is perfect for DIY implementation if you’re:
- overwhelmed by the amount of info out there on the subject
- don’t want to change careers to become a designer
- or simply desire to get some roots in the ground as soon as possible.
Like I said, yesterday was the ideal time to get started on this. At least you can begin before the store shelves empty again or plants and seeds become scarce or too expensive.
I know this all sounds dire, but trust me; I have been paying keen attention, and it’s simply the fact of the matter today. If you want to survive what is in progress as I write this, you will need to take steps now to grow our own food, cache storm water, build soil, attract and feed precious pollinators, become more interdependent with your neighbors, earn an income at least partially from your home or yard, and establish or fortify shelter from the elements and intruders.