Survival Gardening - Post Economic Collapse Food Production Methods by Zachary Carver

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Are you aware of the fact that The Congressional EMP Commission estimates that, given the nation’s current unpreparedness, within one year of an EMP attack, two-thirds of the U.S. population — 200 million Americans — would probably perish from starvation, disease and societal collapse?

It doesn't matter if it's an EMP, a national disaster or economic collapse one of the major things you must know how to do to survive is grow your own food.

Did you know that over 1 million people died of starvation during the Great Depression of the 1930's?

Do you remember during Hurricane Katrina and more recently Superstorm Sandy how many families
were dumpster diving trying to find food to eat?

Listen, the economic situation and environmental condition of this planet is the most unpredictable thing in everyone’s life today. One day it’s good, and then all of a sudden, stocks collapse, sink holes appear, earthquakes shake nations and so on.

And I'm here to tell you that the collapse of 2008 is just the beginning, something worst is headed our way and many people and families will find themselves struggling once again to find food and water to survive.

And that's where this book "Survival Gardening - Post Economic Collapse Food Production Methods" comes in handy.

Growing your own food is like insurance for your stomach. Just like you have insurance for you home, car, and even yourself (just in case something happens) learning how to grow your own
food is protecting you and your family just in case something happens and you have no access to food.

It's also a great way to save money and restore your health.

Whether you live in an urban area with no acres of land or deep in the country with hundreds of acres, you can grow your own food to save money in good times and to help you and your family survive during bad times.

* Think about not having to buy your food for daily consumption.
* Think about how much you can save everyday if you grow your own food.
* Think about no longer putting the toxins found in GMO foods in you and your family’s body.
* Think about how much better your health will be when you start eating nutritious foods.
* Think about having the confidence, knowing you will have food on the table for you and your family.

Practically anybody can grow food in their own backyard, front yard and even in a basement or
bedroom ...heck, even in a corner somewhere in your home.

This book "Survival Gardening - Post Economic Collapse Food Production Methods" will share
with you ways you can harvest water to slash your water bill (or eliminate it all together) as well as multiple proven methods to grow food regardless of how much space you have... outdoors and indoors.

Survival is more important today than anything... and it will be the #1 thing you will be focused on very, very soon with the coming financial and environmental disasters headed our way.

Even today, as the unemployment rate increases as well as the record number of families on food stamps exceeds over 47 million. Many families are having a hard time making ends meet.

This book "Survival Gardening - Post Economic Collapse Food Production Methods" will give you
tips on how you can be self-sufficient and not allow the lack of money to mean a lack of nutritious foods for you and your family.

Self-sufficiency is one thing; opportunity to make a living is another. Growing your own food has its advantages. You become self-sufficient, no need to worry about where to get your next meal to serve to you and your family.

This book will give you ideas on how to grow your own food all-year round regardless of weather and water availability. You’ll know what the best ethods to use so you can maximize the space that you have.

Get a copy of "Survival Gardening - Post Economic Collapse Food Production Methods" and learn
how to insure you and your family have plenty to eat... and avoid famine and starvation.

About Zachary Carver

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Published April 21, 2013 by Zachary Carver. 44 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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