Restaurants and consumers alike are completely keyed in to GMO free, organic, and locally grown foods. Just open up your laptop and go to literally any news site, you’re guaranteed to find headlines about these terms. Factory farms are interested in quantity, not quality. So what can you do to nourish your body, while also taking care to ensure your kids don’t grow up on a toxic planet? Growing your own produce is the perfect way to take control over the quality of foods you eat, and is a great therapy for your spirit and our world. In Tahoe, where the weather can turn on you without a moment's notice and wildlife lurks around every neighborhood corner, there is hope to become a gardener. Gardening in the Sierra Nevada’s is no easy feat so I'd like to share some tips and resources with you.
Vegetables that can endure a small bit of frost:
Farmer Dly’s Garden Care: Farmer Dylan Bonnie, of Truckee, has a passion for organic and biodynamic gardening. He started his career in Paso Robles on a 70 Acre Family-owned organic farm, and since then gathered more knowledge and practices in Nevada City and Truckee. Now, Farmer Dyl has started a service-based gardening business. From site-assessment, design, installation, weekly maintenance, composting and harvest, you’ll have an expert’s eye with Dylan.
“I hope to share my knowledge of small-scale farming with you so you can enjoy foods full of vitality from the bounty of your own backyard. It’s my pleasure to bring Truckee and it's residents sustainable and organic ways of living and eating.”
To grow the best garden for your space, please visit www.farmerdylsgardencare.com or call: 530-414-8717 email@example.com
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