GROW YOUR OWN
Morrigan explains how to make a basic compost heap. Composting makes great fertilizer for your garden - and lets you recycle garbage in the process!
Composting for Healthy Soil
Caver explains the benefits of using composted fertilizer
Morrigan's newest article on the basics of gardening - if you're new to growing your own food, please read this one!
Osprey's article on growing a series of discreet gardens for survival!
Raised Bed Gardening
Organic explains the basics of putting in raised bed gardens - for those with limited yard space, a raised bed garden can be a productive use of that space!
My Above Ground Garden - 2021
Warrior Woman (that's me) moved to above ground gardening in the Spring of 2021. Here's the why, how I did it, and what happened!
Steelharte's article on terracing farmland and gardens may be just what you need to deal with droughts, excessive rainfall, or a combination of both!
Saving Seeds Index
Articles from the Message Board and beyond..
All About Wheat
When most people think about starting a food storage, one of the first items they begin to store is wheat
Edible Weeds In Your Garden
Everything you always wanted to know about eating dandelions and then some!
Food Insects Newsletter
For the strong-stomach types, this site has information and links regarding raising insects as a food source.
Ordering information for catalog of northern-acclimated, untreated seeds and organic garden supplies
Garden Guides ... a Growing Resource for Gardeners
From beginner to expert, a wealth of knowledge from seed to storage
Greenhouses: Before You Buy or Build
Links to greenhouse plans and manufacturers; also check back issues of magazines like Mother Earth News etc. for easy do-it-yourself
Growing Your Own Food
If you have land, one of the most effective ways to supplement your food storage is by growing your own
We have found some potentially useful sites for further exploration about herbs and herbs remedies...
How to build your own hydroponic system: a beginners guide
That's it - beginner's guide to hydroponic gardening
Seeds of Change
Certified organic seeds and food, gardening tools, books, etc. They offer a free catalog and online ordering.
Seedsaving and Seedsavers' Resources
Links to companies that sell open-pollinated, high-altitude seeds and supplies
Southern Exposure Seed Exchange
Over 500 varieties of open-pollinated, heirloom and traditional vegetables, flowers, sunflowers, herbs, garlic, and perennial onions.
The Seeds Trust
The Seeds Trust sells vegetable, herb, wildflower, and native grass seed that is adapted to growing at high elevations and in cold, short growing seasons.