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March 24, 2020

Victory Garden Revival In Wolf Peak Territory by Savanna Kougar

Originally posted at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTION.

Fae Sorceress and Her Wolf, They Are Forest Guardians In Wolf Peak Territory 

Spring has happily sprung, shapeshifter lovers. 

Most everyone in Wolf Peak Territory is enthusiastically planning and beginning to plant their VICTORY GARDENS, especially in the small town of Moonrise Lake–this also includes the two new small-town communities being built. Howls and yowls, of course there’s a friendly competition: That is, who can find and put up the best vintage posters–as seen below. 

First, though…  

Yes, I signed up.

Smashwords: Special One-Month Sale, Authors Give Back, Starts Friday

On Friday, March 20, Smashwords is kicking off Authors Give Back, a special sale that runs through April 20.

This is no ordinary sale. Several Smashwords authors suggested the sale out of their desire to help readers around the world who’ve seen their lives turned upside-down in the face of the Coronavirus pandemic.

Readers everywhere are going through great difficulty. There’s the difficulty of social isolation as readers shelter in place at home. There’s the real concern that one’s family, friends and community will be harmed by Covid-19. There’s the economic hardship and uncertainty that touches everyone.

Books are powerful. They have the power to entertain, inspire, inform and heal. They offer safe harbor to readers in need of comfort, distraction, hope and a smile.

Huge VICTORY GARDEN projects are happening on all the farms and ranches in the Peak, as well. The Peak’s teenagers are being strongly encouraged to participate, to learn how to grow various vegetable and fruits–the best practices. Yepadoodle, ain’t no poodle [a common saying in the Peak now] … even the carnivore shifters are being taught basic agriculture. If they balk Dante, the alpha wolf leader, and his enforcement team, will put the big bite on them–yeah real bites to the butt. 

Those who live and work inside the massive subterranean complex that is the Interspecies Pleasure Club, which includes the enormous survival-prepper wing called Bunkerville, are planting their Victory Gardens too. 

Huge areas of natural lighting have been installed throughout. This includes everyone’s personal living quarters. Also, a specialized crystalline component has been placed inside the lighting system which causes plants to thrive.  

There was already an ongoing innovative operation to grow food in underground gardens. Of course, those with the most magic green thumbs are taking charge, instructing and inspiring everyone to grow their favorite fruits and veggies. 

Howls and yowls and lots of growls, given self-sufficiency is prized and encouraged in the Wolf Peak community, the producing of food–ranching, farming, the organic greenhouses–has always been a top priority. 

Now from the tiniest shifter tot to the sage elders of Wolf Peak Territory, all are involved in learning about Victory Gardens. Revered growers are sharing their wisdom. This includes the tried and true, the old-world ways of agriculture. 

Especially exciting to those who love and sing to their plants, the ancient ways of agriculture–some secret for ages, and some lost to time–are being rediscovered and/or revealed by the immortal Druids, the Faes and the Angel hybrids who have made the Peak their home. 

 Shhhhh…the ancient seeds are being gathered also…

Okay howls to Mother Goddess, if you seriously lack a green thumb then you’re on help duty — preparing the soil, distributing seeds and organic fertilizers, building more greenhouses. Small plots, large plots, the watering systems are being built, and the fencing put up where needed. 

Coordinating efforts is vital. Group meetups have become social, fun events where new friendships are formed.

And while telepathy is common in the Peak, connecting to each other with advanced communication devices is also key.

Everyone has their own quantum wrist device, originally built by ET engineers who live in the Peak. Yes, these extraterrestrials are into planting Victory Gardens, too.

 These wrist communicators are all important for several reasons. For one, the Guardian Teams, the protectors of Wolf Peak Territory rely on them now.

 The ubiquitous *track, trace, and database* cell phones of human society are a terrible danger to shifters, to the supernatural beings of Wolf Peak Territory. As well, the *kept secret* SkyNet type tech circling the Earth is weaponized, and has been deployed against the Peak. Often.

Various and assorted ruthless enemies want every shapeshifter and/or supernatural being destroyed. Forever. Worse are the black ops’ mad scientists who slice and dice, and gene-create Frankenstein-horror monsters — all to rule the world.

Another goal of Peakites is to help out the human population during the challenging, transition times ahead. Howls and yowls, major land changes are occurring, along with rapid and destructive changes in the weather. Growing large quantities of food worldwide has become and will become more difficult in many areas.

Yep, get in step. Victory Gardens of every size are a wonderful solution.

How to start a simple garden that can feed a family of 2 to 4

Natural News) In these troubled times, preppers can rely on their stockpile of supplies and a survival garden in their backyard or homestead.

But if you’re not a prepper and you’re worried about your family’s future amid the coronavirus outbreak, learning how to start a vegetable garden is one way to address your fears of running out of food to eat. (h/t toOldWorldGardenFarms.com)

With a simple, all-purpose garden plan, you have a sustainable way of providing fresh and nutritious food for your family. If you have a 40′ x 60′ area in your yard with good soil, you can soon start a low-maintenance, raised row garden where you can grow vegetables.

Growing food in an organic garden isn’t just good for your family’s health since it eliminates harmful pesticides and GMOs, it also helps you save a bit of money for groceries. If you have excess veggies from your garden, you can preserve and home can them for future use.

Cultivating your own garden also gives you the chance to spend more time outdoors and exercise.

What does it take to feed an average-sized family?

The answer may vary, but the simple garden plan below details how much you’ll need to feed a family of four.

Depending on how big or small your family is, you can scale the plan to fit by adding or deleting rows. Use the plan below to determine a starting point for knowing how many plants you need for a good supply of food.

Consider what kind of veggies your family likes to eat. In general, (16) 20″ long rows can provide fresh food for a family of four.

A 26′ x 40′ plan is best for raised row planting, but you can also plant your crops in a traditional garden setting. A garden with a total of (16) 18″ wide x 20′ long raised rows is still manageable, even for a gardening beginner, but your job will be even easier if you go with raised rows.

Raised row gardens are low-maintenance because they require little weeding. Using simple cover crops, compost and mulch, raised row gardens also ensure that your garden has great soil quality and gives you better harvests.

The plan and suggested plant list below focus on veggies with great flavors, plentiful harvestsand ease of growing. If you follow this guide, you should harvest more than enough to feed a family of four.

The veggies in your garden will provide what you need for kitchen staples like fresh salads and soups, along with salsa and sauces. If there’s something in the list that you don’t particularly care for, replace it with a veggie that you’d rather have in your garden.

Plant list

  • Cucumbers and zucchini – Cucumbers can be eaten fresh or turned into pickles while zucchini are great for stir-fries. The latter is also a heavy producer.
  • Green beans – Green beans are good for both fresh eating and home canning. Green beans produce high yields and as a bonus, you can replant them several times for multiple harvests per year.
  • Heirloom tomatoes (6 plants) – These large mainstay tomatoes are full of flavor. Heirloom tomatoes are great on hamburgers or for canning.
  • Onions – Onions store well and can be used for many recipes. Additionally, onions are easy to plant in sets.
  • Paste tomatoes (6 plants) – Paste tomatoes are great for salads, canning, fresh salsa, pasta sauce and soups.
  • Peas – You can grow sugar snap peas or traditional green peas in your garden. Both are nutritious and can be used for various meal preps.
  • Peppers (12 plants) – Plant two rows of peppers: One for large bell peppers, and another for smaller snacking peppers and hot peppers. Use peppers for salads, soups or stuffing.
  • Potatoes – You can store potatoes in a cool, dark location, making them the perfect food for your winter stockpile. Grow two 20″ rows of potatoes to produce enough spuds for fresh eating and storing. (Related: Homesteading 101: How to make your own survival garden (and 5 vegetables to plant).)
  • Salad crops (e.g. lettuce, kale, radish etc.) – Use two rows for salad crops that you can plant in succession for continuous harvests from spring to fall. Salad crops likecarrots and spring onions can be planted on the outside edge of the rows so you can harvest them throughout the year.
  • Sweet corn – Two double rows of non-GMO sweet corn will yield enough for fresh eating, soups and for storing.

Start a home garden and harvest fresh veggies for your loved ones all-year-round.

Sources include:

OldWorldGardenFarms.com 1

OldWorldGardenFarms.com 2

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-03-21-simple-garden-that-can-feed-the-family.html


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