Nomadic Agriculture and You…

It’s hip. It’s fresh. It’s the old made new again, and it’s back in style.

We’re here to tell you that while the palace gardens of babylon were a fixed installation, that the hanging gardens of babylon did, in fact, hang from your packstrap or tarpline. We’re here to tell you a wealth of ease wherever you go, a month’s worth of food for less than a kilogram. We’re here to tell you that you do, in fact, deserve free salad and breadsticks just for waking up.

We’ve been doing this for a while, and wherever we go, we tell people that they can do this too. The deserts of the middle east took their word for the happy afterlife, paradise, from our migration. Japan speaks of po na za’i, that everyone would have a little plant friend in a carrying size. And now we’re here to tell you that yes, an entire farm capable of feeding you can, and should, clip to the outside of your pack. It’s simple. It’s easy. It’s shifting packweight to a sun and atmosphere you don’t have to carry. It’s food security.

We’re here to bring freedom, revolutionize the world, and end hunger – again. And we invite you, and everyone, to join us.

1. Beginning Mycocultivation.
2. Flatbread and you.
3. Troublehooting guide.

Hanging Gardens

1. Intro to Sprouting.
2. Production Ratios.

Putting it Together
1. A Tisket, A Tasket…
2. Cycled Agriculture.
3. It’s a wrap.
4. Add a Friend.

More Options
1. Fishing and Aquaculture.

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