One of the benefits of living on a homestead is leaving the urban world behind. But for many people that isn’t an option. So how can you go about creating a more self-sufficient lifestyle in an urban environment?

Micro gardening. That’s right. Even in a concrete jungle, there are options that can provide a very basic level of resilience. If a move to the country is in your long-term plan, you can start now by creating your own urban garden.

While you may be limited on space, even apartment dwellers can use vertical growing methods and containers to get started. This week on The Next Generation Show, we’ll be talking about a few methods we found that can help bolster your garden skills no matter where you live.

And, if you do make the move out of an urban environment, you’ll have a better understanding of how to keep and grow your own food. You’ll understand the importance of timing and food production. And you’ll be able to kick off a self-sufficient garden as soon as you settle in to your new place.

Also, be sure to join us for the Pint Sized Prepper Project of the Week where we demonstrate how you can make use of spent containers for future gardens!

[Source: U.S. Census Bureau]

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