Learn how to stop your "yeah, buts" in growing your own food: It's too cold, too late, too early, poor soil, no yard, black thumbs, no time – the list goes on and on. After traveling the Earth, teaching people that tiny gardens can return a huge portion of sustainability by providing a dependable source of food, Wayne Burleson and his wife, Connie, have tested several new ways that break those "yeah, buts."
Creating Soils That Work for You
Wayne Burleson is an international food gardener from Montana. He and his wife, Connie, have traveled to eight Third World countries, teaching people new, simple, intensive ways to grow food. They continue to search the world for sustainable growing methods that require no money. Wayne loves to test and experiment with new ideas in their own gardens, and has discovered new and exciting gardening methods. They are authors of the book Gardening for Life: No Money Required.
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