WorldFoodGarden.org is the labor of love for founder Eve Sibley, who, after leaving her big city Brooklyn lifestyle in 2006, moved to South Carolina to experiment with living off the land.
Two things happened during this experiment for Eve-
One- she realized that A LOT of research and knowledge goes into learning how to grow your own food sustainably
Two- the more she learned about sustainable gardening, the more Eve became convinced that many of the world's social, economic, and environmental problems could be alleviated by more people growing food gardens at home, or sourcing their food from gardens nearby.
Since early 2008, Eve has worked with various volunteer and paid coders to create the WorldFoodGarden.org website with the simple goal of making it easier, if not completely convenient, for more people to learn to grow, sell, and share sustainable food in their communities.
The site uses high-tech tools to cipher through large amounts of climate data and vegetable data to tell you what you can grow food in your location and when to plant it, but perhaps more powerful is that the WorldFoodGarden.org site is set up to connect experienced gardeners with newbie gardeners and local gardeners with local consumers. We provide the infrastructure for you to help each other grow your most productive sustainable food gardens!
Eve currently resides in India where she volunteers at a school teaching organic gardening to children
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