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allotment-gardening-380080Why Teach Our Communities How To Grow Food and Where Real Food Comes From?

Growing our own food is nothing new. We’ve urban farmed for thousands of years in every space, city, country and culture in the world. Community groups and organisations can do it too and enjoy the many benefits of super local organic food, fresh from plot to plate – for the staff, volunteers and community members.

Teaching people where real food comes from and how to grow it is a smart investment in their and our health, and the future of the world in general. Many people are still bombarded at home, work and in the media with unhealthy, unnatural and processed food choices. Setting up edible gardens and involving people intimately in their own food growing, composting and worm farming is important for the future, and great fun for all!

Growing our own food can be as simple as leafy greens and herbs in pots, or a garden bed in the yard. We can grow in small spaces like courtyards or balconies, in playgrounds or in front and back yards. There’s really no limit.

Dean knows that life and business can be busy and hinder us from taking the plunge. It could be time, work, budget, health, motivation or know-how. Many groups and organisations delay growing their own food for these and other reasons.

That’s where Dean comes in. He makes life easy. He makes your food growing and urban farming goals onsite a stress-free reality fast.

If you fancy your team and community members as urban farmers and want to join the fast growing edible gardening movement now sweeping community organisations, Dean can set you up the right way and faster than you imagined. Just picture your hands in the soil, digging garden beds, watering your fruit and vegies, picking some fresh greens and herbs, feeding the worms, collecting some eggs and taking in the fresh air. That feeling is gold and Dean wants you and your community to experience and enjoy that lifestyle too.

Dean also offers a discount for non-profit organisations.

Excited? What’s the next step? Check out Dean's Garden Services.