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Does anyone have experience and advice about helping people in housing projects to start small gardens by their front/back doors. Some "newbies" asked me for help since their development allows them to rip up lawns and shrubs for family gardens.

My best find so far is the video series purchased from Food4Wealth since it requires no experience and is similiar to Square Foot Gardening. Also Cedar fencing seemed cost efficient for planter beds since it is 6 inches wide, 6 ft long and easy to screw together for compost/planter beds. 

My goal is to teach families who can teach families who can ...




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