Backyard gardens and home-scale farms are popping up all over the world as people re-develop an interest in cultivating their own food, but gardening newbies can get a bit lost at times. While the ideal situation would be to learn alongside a seasoned gardener, most folks turn to the web for helpful tips and tricks. OpenFarm is a new open-source platform in which people can create guides to help others with their food-growing attempts, and can learn new info that others have shared. The site just launched after a successful Kickstarter campaign, and is in need of all kinds of growing guides, so if you have expertise with growing vegetables, herbs, flowers, or even fruit or nut trees, consider creating an account and creating some how-tos for others to benefit from! You’ll be teaching countless people how to grow their own food, empowering them from where you’re sitting right now.
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