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  • Writer's pictureKate Florek

"Victory Gardens" during the Covid-19 Pandemic

Victory gardens, also war gardens, were planted on public and private land during both World War I and World War II in an effort to reduce pressure on food supply chains which were being diverted in many ways to directly support war effors. In fact, by 1944, an estimated 20 million victory gardens produced roughly 8 million tons of food—which was the equivalent of more than 40 percent of all the fresh fruits and vegetables consumed in the United States. Learn more here.

Want to learn more about planting a garden? Stick with us as we will continue to provide helpful tips and tricks for gardening - from containers and raised beds to adaptive gardening and more! We have you covered and are partnering with local Master Gardners and the UWSP at Wausau campus to bring you trusted information, tips and tricks, videos, and more! We will also provide tasty recipies, tips, and preserving techniques throughout the season and you enjoy the produce from your garden!

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