Container Gardens
  
Hoophouses

Raised Bed Gardens

Now more than ever it's important to grow your own food.

Eating Healthy Food is Vital

Non GMO

No Harmful Substances

No Harmful Substances

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GMO (genetically modified organisms) studies of these crops damage major organs such as kidney, liver and heart. They also use more herbicides and pesticides, which run off into our water. 

No Harmful Substances

No Harmful Substances

No Harmful Substances

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By controlling what and how you grow you are eliminating dangerous artificial and chemical preservatives, additives, natural or synthetic.

Pesticide FREE

No Harmful Substances

Pesticide FREE

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Countless studies show pesticides have been linked to cancer, Alzheimer's Disease, ADHD and even birth defects.

Chemical FREE

No more food insecurity

Pesticide FREE

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Farms across the nation are laden with chemicals. The Midwest accounts for 65 % of the nation's use of glyphosate (Roundup)

FRESH

No more food insecurity

No more food insecurity

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When you grow, harvest and preserve your own food, you are in full control of what you are eating. From the seed to the soil to the table

No more food insecurity

No more food insecurity

No more food insecurity

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Any space can be used to grow food. Balconies, backyards, churches, subdivisions, vacant lots, front yards. You choose.