Home-made low cost greenhouse designed to use free untreated pallet wood. Or, how to build a viable, safe, year-round food production system.

Sustainable Food >> Clean Eating >> Grow Your Own Food

If you’ve got a few bucks and a little building know how, you can build a greenhouse out of recycled free materials. You’d be surprised how much you can find for free, including wood from construction sites and old windows and skylights from houses that are being torn down or remodeled.  It all adds up to big savings on building your own greenhouse as well as ongoing savings…just think of all the free food  you will be able to grow all year long.

Want to make money from food you grow in your own garden? Check out the Seed to Cash program here and save 50%.


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