8 Ways to Join the Local Food Movement. 1.
From Lawn to Lunch To convert your sunny lawn to a lunch box, remove turf in long, 18-inch strips. Cut the edges of each strip with a sharp-bladed edging tool. While one partner rolls up the grass like a jellyroll, another slices through grass roots with the edging tool. Remove about an inch of rooty soil with the top growth. To compost the strips, layer green sides together, then brown sides together, ending brown-side-up. Make beds 10 to 20 feet long and six to eight feet wide (so you can reach the center from each side). Spread on two or three inches of compost, then set plants about six inches apart, in staggered rows. 2. Some 18 percent of greenhouse gas emissions are caused by meat production. 3. Ten quarts of pumpkin puree in the pantry, and not a jar of tomato sauce left? Plan ahead. Grow Local, Eat Local. FoodRoutes - Where Does Your Food Come From?
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