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December 4, 2021 Comments (1) General Gardening, Podcast

117 : What to Do About Rising Food Prices

Episode 117: What to Do About Rising Food Prices

The latest Report on Canada’s Food prices from the from the Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University says that that food prices are going up. In this podcast I talk about the implications of those price increases, and some ways to deal with rising food prices.


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One Response to 117 : What to Do About Rising Food Prices

  1. Erin Oulton says:

    I hope that people begin to understand the sheer practicality of food gardening, and how simple it can be to ensure food security for pennies and a small investment of time and energy. I enjoy your podcasts because of their focus on the practical approach to an achievable, productive garden.

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