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A great idea! It is important for people to become self-sufficient. Groups of like-minded individuals and families can start a farming cooperative. A lot of information for beginners and advanced farmers can be found on https://www.soulfirefarm.org
I think we should learn how to grow our own food too. I'm very much a city girl and I can't believe I'm saying this but we need a sacred area to grow natural food. Also, it would be great to find stable, logical and genuinely nice people. I keep hearing everyone say, "I just stay to myself." I understand it but no man is an Island. It's important to be independent but I think at some point we all need somebody.
@Sunshine I’m city girl as well & that is exactly my intentions to secure my own land & grow my own food may we can all organize to come together
@sammatt1 So, I guess we should probably start now to make this happen. It takes a while to secure land unless you plan on just taking it. (I'm joking) I've done some research on how to grow. I actually took a class in New Mexico and the whole class laughed at me because I was totally grossed out when I found out what compost was and I was pretty much done after that. There has to be a better way. I'm really good at research and organizing but I'm not sure about the growing part. I'm still trying without compost.
So we need farmers, builders, landscapers, engineers, botanists, nutritionists, chemists (to study the water). But we have to find our tribe. This is what I would imagine our tribe would look like. These would be people who want to build a community with people who truly respect people and allow independent thinking. We wouldn't dumb people down only build them up. It will be a community of smart and genuinely good people. I was told that I would never find anything like this so, I want to build it. Even if it doesn't work I will be able to say at least I tried. We have to start now before....
This past year, witnessing so many beautiful and courageous people. Please keep us informed.
I've been working toward a solution to create a supply chain that would connect rural producers of fresh/nutritious foods to urban areas that are underserved by grocery stores (food deserts).
After witnessing the supply chain disruptions during the lockdowns it became apparent that a more sustainable supply chain is needed that is not based on a charity/foodbank model.
I love that idea, Judy. Where are you located? Clara Sarr
Maybe the Real Organic Project can help. How did it work 100 or even 60 years ago? Good luck.