Grow now : how we can save our health, communities, and planet - one garden at a time / Emily Murphy.

By: Murphy, Emily (Gardener) [author.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Portland, Oregon : Timber Press, 2022Copyright date: ©2022Description: 247 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cmISBN: 1643260472; 9781643260471Other title: How we can save our health, communities, and planet-one garden at a timeSubject(s): Gardening -- Climatic factors | Organic gardening | Sustainable horticultureGenre/Form: Handbooks and manuals. LOC classification: SB319.95 | .M87 2022
Contents:
Grow a garden, change your life -- Go beyond organic -- Lay the groundwork -- Plants for people and the planet -- Grow and gather -- Rewilding to support biodiversity -- Grow more good.
Summary: "What is an easy, actionable way to put excess atmospheric carbon back in the ground and reduce our contributions to emissions and food waste? By creating our own "climate victory gardens." We now recognize that plots in towns and cities are critical to supporting planetary diversity, and by instituting organic, regenerative practices and growing some of our own food, we can sequester carbon as well as shift toward living in a more ecologically responsible way. This book will help families across the country to address eco-anxiety and particpiate in climate activism in a nurturing and positive way"--
List(s) this item appears in: New to the Library: April 2022 | Organic Gardening
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Includes index.

"Go beyond organic ; rewild your land ; sequester carbon ; support biodiversity" -- Cover.

Grow a garden, change your life -- Go beyond organic -- Lay the groundwork -- Plants for people and the planet -- Grow and gather -- Rewilding to support biodiversity -- Grow more good.

"What is an easy, actionable way to put excess atmospheric carbon back in the ground and reduce our contributions to emissions and food waste? By creating our own "climate victory gardens." We now recognize that plots in towns and cities are critical to supporting planetary diversity, and by instituting organic, regenerative practices and growing some of our own food, we can sequester carbon as well as shift toward living in a more ecologically responsible way. This book will help families across the country to address eco-anxiety and particpiate in climate activism in a nurturing and positive way"--

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