You can grow your own food. And we can help!
HELP! I recently moved from the City of Ypsilanti Michigan to the Township of Ypsilanti, Michigan to find that growing anything for kitchen use in the front yard is prohibited! I absolutely refuse to have a lawn, oh the wastefulness! How can I get the community I live in to see that gardens in the front yard is a good thing?
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BobEwing posted a status update 
Working on several food gardens this year as well as my balcony garden
perelaj commented on merryj question
What companies or organizations do you trust to get your seeds?
nelliejohnson commented on Chickens: Livestock or Pets?

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nelliejohnson commented on Chickens: Livestock or Pets?

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Lemongrass posted a status update 
Have been away from KGI for almost 2 years and am back again. I moved to Grenada in the Caribbean and is starting my backyard gardening. We are now in the beginning of the dry season, but I am very excited cause I can grow all year round.
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JohnNapoli commented on Farmer Dave question
What are some good home made remedies for lawn weed control, pest control, fungus control, and fertilizer that really work.

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