A Raised Bed Of One’s Own

Having the space to grow your own food is great. It shouldn’t be a privilege.

The day that I got the keys to our new rental house, I Googled “how to start a garden.” The house — which is a true oasis and the kind that my Millennial self definitely couldn’t afford to buy—came with a perfectly small backyard filled with fruit trees, herbs, and two raised beds.

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I wrote that one thing you didn’t really agree with. Find my Substack about the wild history of mental health care: Crazy/Old.

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I wrote that one thing you didn’t really agree with. Find my Substack about the wild history of mental health care: Crazy/Old.

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