Starting An Organic Food Group With Your Friends

If you have interest in health and nutrition and if you would like to eat healthier but you cannot afford to buy organic plant based food, you might want to consider learning to grow your own food. If you do this in a community with your friends, you will not only be able to make this a social activity but you will be able to share the produce that you get and make it a great interactive club. If you study the benefits of clean organic eating, you will see that eating like this will help to get rid of most of the illnesses that are plaguing the world today but on the other hand, if we continue to eat the way we do, we will only be making the situation much worse. Everyone around us, including our own family and friends are sick and dying as a result of the very bad diets that they follow. If we can make a change in our own lives and in the lives of our closest family members we should and starting a food growing group is a great start.

Have a meeting

The first thing you will want to do is to have a meeting where you can discuss what you will do and how you will do it, You do not all want to end up growing beans and having to be stuck with fifteen kilos of beans and therefore, you will have to discuss and find out which of you will grow what and you will also have to have meetings, possibly online every week to discuss the progress and if there are problems what could be going wrong. You can buy a bunch of garden gift sets for everyone in the club to use with your work and at your meeting, you will want to watch a few videos about growing food and how to do it.

Again, keep in mind that there is no exact technique that applies for every food type or plant.If there are girls in the group, you may have to buy a separate paid of ladies gardening gloves as they will be smaller and will fit a lady better but this is optional as the set will include a set of regular gloves anyway.When the produce comes, you and your group will exchange produce after each of you has taken your own share for your home. If one person does not get produce, this will have to be discussed.