Building a Miniature Garden

Activity Type

Video

Activity Time

4 minutes

Activity by:

Audrey Carver

About the Activity

Industrial food production takes a huge toll on the environment, and organic and local food can be expensive. Learn how you can use the materials in your kitchen to grow some of your own food!

Instructions

Even without a garden, you can use the materials in your kitchen to grow some of your own food and participate in a small-scale food system.

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