People you need to follow if you want to grow your own food

People you need to follow if you want to grow your own food

if you need more inspirations to start your own food forest, those people are pioneers in permaculture and can teach you a ton on how to grow your own food. We are following them and are also learning as we progress with our very own food forest. 


James Prigioni

Youtube: The Permaculture Garden

Specialised in Food Forests. Goes beyond organic gardening and works with nature rather then against it.

Lucy Hutchings

Instagram: @shegrowsveg

Vegetable
 grower and gardening author Lucy Hutchings

Farmer Rishi

farmerrishi.com

farmer, educator and consultant based in Los Angeles

Kevin from Epic Gardening

1m+ Followers on Youtube: Epic Gardening Youtube Channel

Constantly spreading the message of self-sufficiency and urban farming.

Epic Gardening - Kevin

 

Geoff Lawton

Geoff Lawton is a British-born Australian permaculture consultant, designer, teacher and speaker. Since 1995 he has specialised in permaculture education, design, implementation, system establishment, administration and community development

Matt Powers

https://www.thepermaculturestudent.com

Matt Powers is an entrepreneur, educator, and author focused on radically transforming the K-12 experience for children everywhere by aligning their education with current regenerative science, natural principles, and clear ethics: earth care, people care, and future care.

Charles Dowding

https://charlesdowding.co.uk/ 

Charles Dowding crops intensively 0.25 acres/1000 square metres in Somerset, SW England, for local sales of salad leaves and vegetables. Other strings to my bow are writing – nine books and articles for national gardening magazines and videos, on my You Tube channel. 

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1 comment

WOW I’m so happy to see James Prigioni , Charles Dowding and Epic Gardening on here! I have learned so much from them in such a short time! My garden went from a struggling mess to a productive forest of food in just one year! Self Sufficient Me on youtube is also amazing.

Nicole

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