Growing Good Food: A Citizen’s Guide to Climate Victory Gardening

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Growing Good Food: A Citizen’s Guide to Climate Victory Gardening

by Acadia Tucker, 159 pages, 6x9, softcover. A great pick for newbie gardeners, with a focus on using regenerative methods to mitigate climate change. Tucker starts the reader off on the most solid of foundations—region and soil—by describing changing growing conditions by region, explaining how to evaluate and improve soil conditions, and examining the link between soil health and climate change. From there, she gives simple instructions for choosing plants, getting them in the ground, and tending them, drawing upon her experiences growing in Washington and New Hampshire. The book abounds with profiles of easy starter plants and helpful charts, and features lots of practical tidbits to help navigate pests, fertilizers, and more—all in succinct and easily digestible sections. The only thing this book is missing is an introduction to seed saving. Looking for something simple to get you started? This might be the book for you! -Jaye Dos Santos


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