15 Jul '11, 10am

How to Grow Your Food: our review

How to Grow Your Food: our review

Compelling evidence of the major health benefits of fruit and vegetable consumption, physical activity and outdoor interaction with greenspace in urban areas has emerged over the past few decades - all of which combine to give major potential health benefits from grow-your-own. As a result, there have been dozens of local and national projects aimed at getting people to grow at least some of their own food, with varying degrees of success. Up until now each project has had to provide its own literature, often resulting in expensive and poorly designed booklets. Green Books hopes to change that by providing a professionally produced book that is designed specifically for councils to give to residents. How to Grow Your Food: A Guide for Complete Beginners by Jon Clift and Amanda Cuthbert is a full-colour paperback that covers all the basics in an accessible style and highlig...

Full article: http://www.theecologist.org/reviews/books/980630/how_to_g...

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