Gavin Mounsey writes in Substack:
“If you have been paying attention to the world of finance, industrial agriculture supply line fragility, nefarious government policies (being rolled out under the guise of “sustainability”), pharmaceutical cartels schemes, soil erosion rates and the activities of the most wealthy people on Earth over the past few years, you will know very well that we have some challenging times ahead.
With all that being said, this does not mean we should begin this new year without hope or in a fearful way…
Now is the time to reaffirm our alliances with the living Earth, to nurture new symbiotic relationships with the soil, people, plants and fungi in our local communities. Human empires rise and fall, and history teaches us that when they fall, it is those that know how to grow/forage for their own food, medicine and preserve it, that survived.”
Learn more and start planning you garden: 23 Reasons You Should Start a Garden in 2023