The Food Not Lawns concept is catching on. As gas and food prices skyrocket, people are turning to the food-producing patch of land laying dormant beneath their lawn. As Heather Flores points out in her book, Food Not Lawns: How to Turn Your Yard Into a Garden and Your Neighborhood Into a Community, growing your own food is a great way to save money, eat healthy, and build community.
Well that community is getting bigger every day. And to help facilitate that growth, Heather has started the Food Not Lawns social network! Now you can begin to meet other home-farmers to swap ideas, share recipes, provide encouragement, and have fun.
Join the Food Not Lawns social network at http://foodnotlawns.ning.com. Have fun!