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Life in the New World, how will we adapt to food shortages.

Updated: Jan 28, 2022


Our history is rich with stories of people who in times of war and economic depression became proactive and started growing their own food. During WWII you could find posters encouraging the population to start their own garden in order to become more self sufficient and to avoid the restrictions of food rations.


Families started growing food on what land they had, big and small, others gardened on rooftops as well as city parks. Public schools even got involved and designated areas for gardens, which the students maintained.


So what does this have to do with the present?

We are facing hard economic times right now, as the implications of lockdowns surface and become more relevant. Supply chain disruptions and fertilizer shortages are beginning to disrupt the “mainstream” food supply. The TIME IS NOW, we need to think and act on how we can move forward from here, and the importance of how and why you must work within your community to create a local, de-centralized, regenerative, and abundant food system.


This is not just about growing food, but is also a key step in preventing the technocrats planned “Great Food Transformation” intended to render us dependent on their lab grown meat and GMO produced fruit and veg.

By growing your own food you're able to become less dependent on greedy corporations to feed your family and become more self sufficient! You can grow enough to preserve food for later use, and you could even grow an extra row for the more disadvantaged living in your local community.




You're able to help share the message that during times of recession the answer is hard work and voluntary simplicity not "shopping" as our current leaders would have us believing, where the only entity who wins and gets ahead are the corporations.


We want to garden for food security reasons just like they have always done during difficult times of the past…not because we think we will run out of food but because conventional food growers are often saturating our food with strong chemicals having great implications on our health.



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