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In Time for Spring Planting Season, Green America Toolkit Explains Carbon-Capturing Gardening Practices. Practiced Americans Can Use in Their Backyards. Climate Victory Gardens Sprouting Up in Minnesota, Colorado, and Virginia.
Green America marked a major milestone this month. So it’s over the 1,000th registered Climate Victory Gardens in U.S.A.
Thereby a major achievement on the road to the target for 2019. A target of 5,000 such carbon-capturing plots for fruit and vegetables.
So the existing 1,100 Climate Victory Gardens already equal to 140 football fields. Fields of healthy plants that are healing the soil. Therefore, Green America took note of the occasion. That’s to release Climate Victory Gardening 101: A toolkit for growing healthy food for a healthy planet.
The Climate Victory Garden 101 Toolkit details step-by-step instructions for planting a Climate Victory Garden. In addition to 10 carbon capturing practices.
Climate Victory Gardens were inspired by the “Victory Gardens” planted during WWI and WWII. By 1944, nearly 20 million victory gardens produced eight million tons of food. All to feed Americans at home and for the troops abroad. The Climate Victory Garden campaign seeks to recreate this spirit. Therefore to empower Americans and to take immediate action on climate change. Especially right in their own backyards.
According to the National Gardening Survey, 77 percent of American households are gardening. In addition and millennials are increasingly taking part. So Green America’s Climate Victory Gardens program and toolkit show them how to practice gardening in a way that creates healthy soils. One that can help to reverse climate change.
“The climate change data is clear, and we all need to take action to protect the planet,” said Jes Walton, food campaigns manager at Green America.
“If you’re looking for a way to reduce your impact on the climate, then Climate Victory Gardens are one great way to do your part—the amazing fruit and vegetables you grow will be a bonus.”
“Climate Victory Gardens are a great way to address two major problems at once: climate change and the lack of access to healthy foods faced by millions of Americans,” said Jillian Semaan, food campaigns director at Green America.
“I believe that growing things, especially our own food, is an act of preservation and will ultimately save us,” said Catherine M.F., who has a Climate Victory Garden in Minneapolis.
“I feel connected to the earth and to myself when I am working in my garden, it’s my meditation,” said Yolanda W., who has a Climate Victory Garden in Colorado.
The Climate Victory Garden 101 Toolkit outlines the following carbon-capturing practices for Americans looking to transform their home garden into a Climate Victory Garden:
In conclusion and on March 20, Green America will hold a on Climate Victory Gardens. Aspects of planning, design, and how to grow $700 worth of produce with limited space. The webinar is free and open to the public. Finally, Advance registration is required.
Source: GREEN AMERICA, WASHINGTON, DC – March 13, 2019 –
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