The Patriot Garden is a term coined by Copper Kettle Farms to replace the previously known “Victory Garden” posters that were distributed in WWI and WWII to support the war effort. While Victory Gardens were intended to encourage people to grow gardens so that government food supplies could be reserved for our troops, the PATRIOT garden is intended to encourage growing gardens for self-sufficiency and independence.
During a crisis, we thrive as a community by surviving as a community. The way to do that is to support local farmers, break away from the broken food system, and grow as much of our own food as we can, even from an apartment window.
It’s Patriotic to continue to thrive as Americans, regardless of what our government is doing. Grow a Patriot Garden.