It is time that we all became a little more self reliant? I think so. When we look at the fact that the mainstream idea of food production is becoming more and more out of touch with nature, it becomes clear that we need to begin thinking about growing our own food.
While we can take the organic route at the supermarket, sometimes the costs can be high and in the end we still don’t quite know where our food is coming from. Not only that, many times even organic food you are buying has traveled many miles before it gets to your table -this means that there are less nutrients in the food. Also, this method of traveling food around simply isn’t sustainable nor a good practice that we put the environment through.
So what can we do to grow our own food? Here’s one option to get us thinking and possibly growing. This is a hoop house green house. The plans included below will produce a 11 feet wide, 15 feet long and 7.5 feet tall finished product. You can of course make this greenhouse as big or small as needed and you can build it for anywhere from $50 – $200. Not bad considering that the food you produce will be healthier, fresher, more nutrient dense and of course you will know where it’s coming from.
Get the full plans for free here: http://doorgarden.com/10/50-dollar-hoop-house-green-house
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