What is the first thing that a suburban homesteader does? I’m sure you guessed correctly – they start a garden. It’s probably the easiest thing to do to start a self-reliant lifestyle because of many reasons. There’s a low barrier to entry – you just need some dirt and a few seeds – and it’s also more socially acceptable than storing large quantities of food, water and/or ammunition. Amy Stross of TenthAcreFarm.com fame has realized this fact. She also knows that starting a micro-farm on her suburban plot has started her walk to self-reliance. She’s taken all she’s learned during her years of micro-farming (read: large-scale gardening) and put it together in one of the most well written, easy to read books on the topic that I’ve ever read. Read on to find out why you need The Suburban Micro-Farm in your suburban homesteading library today!
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