A key part of sustainable food production is localization and there is nothing more local then your own back yard. We you grow your own food you save on energy spend on transportation, both for you and the food, as well as packaging. Growing your own food also ensures that you know how it is being grown, i.e. without the use of pesticides or industrial fertilizers. Lastly, it allows you a way to dispose of your kitchen waste by making compost for use in your garden. All around it creates a beneficial cycle of localized invest in natural production.
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