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!