MooMama over at http://moosaidthemama.blogspot.com/ is graciously sharing a series of articles with us beginning with this one.
Thank you, MooMama!
photo credit - Library of Congress
This post is part 1 of our series on acquiring preparedness skills. What I did was adapt handouts I had created for our ward (congregation) preparedness fair last year and re-write them into blog posts. I've tried to make the information more general than our local community, but international readers will still find that it's probably localized to the US.
These posts won't be comprehensive as that isn't the intent. I hope, though, that you are able to begin your journeys toward acquiring skills that allow you and your families to be more prepared and self-reliant.
Where to Learn about Gardening:
1. University of Wisconsin Extension Service Publications (free PDF downloads or you can purchase printed materials)
1. Your local land grant university extension service - most have master gardeners available teaching workshops and answering gardening questions
2. Work with other experienced gardeners
3. Seek out an internship opportunities with a local Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm