In Times Of Uncertainty, Sometimes You Can Feel Powerless. So When Things Seem To Be Spiraling Out Of Control, Remember What They Say...
Give a Person a Tomato And They Eat For a Day...
Teach a Person To Garden And They Eat For Life...
(And Make a Lot Of Tomato Sauce)
Or Something Like That.
Reduce your dependency on the grocery store... even if you don't own any land, work two jobs, and don't have a single shovel!
Can't seem to keep up with what's "healthy" anymore? Tired of spending too many of your hard-earned dollars on organic?
Seems like every day there's a new health buzzword. Organic. All-natural. Biodynamic. Restorative. Regenerative. Low fat. Low GI. Grain-free. The list goes on and on.
But how are you supposed to know what's what? Some of that is an actual, certifiable label. But most of it, unfortunately, is not regulated, meaning companies can call it whatever they feel like, as long as it convinces consumers that it's "healthy."
Does that not just make you want to pull your hair out? Like, c'mon, I know that apple is gluten-free - stop throwing stupid labels on stuff in a worthless attempt to make it sound more appealing.
If you're like me and many others, maybe you have kids or other family that have a food allergy or sensitivity, or maybe you're just tired of them eating junk (I mean, honestly, do we need to have candy as some kind of "prize" at every single kid's event??).
Maybe you really are making an effort to eat healthy, but it seems like anything with the "organic" label costs 3x as much - and it probably does, because that certification process costs money.
So what's a health-conscious, budget-conscious person to do?
Grow your own...
Welcome To DIG IN.
Sun-ripened, juicy tomatoes. Tender green beans. Rich, creamy new potatoes. You can have all that and much more when you grow your own food. In terms of flavor, health, and cost, there is no substitute for something that you grow and pick yourself.
Food is one of the most critical needs of any person. Stop being dependent upon someone else to choose what they think is best for you and your family.
As soon as you take that first step toward self-sufficiency, you take power out of their hands, and put it back into your own. And the skills that you learn stay with you for life (just like riding a bike, right?), meaning you can do this again next year, and the next...
Now, I know you're not going to grow all your food. I don't. Nobody that I know does.
But if you can start with just one thing, then that's one thing that you know exactly where it came from, how it was raised, how it was harvested, how it was prepared.
And once you start with that one thing, it's really hard to stop...
Special Spring 2020 offer! Enroll now and get 90% OFF!
Here’s What You’ll Get When You Sign Up
Instant, lifetime access to over 3 hours of course content, taught over eight modules. Everything is digital, so you can take it with you on the go.
Watch all at once or as needed - when you're finished, you'll have all you need to know to go out and get started!
Grow Hundreds of Pounds of Vegetables
Discover where to plant and how to make sure you get maximum production, along with tips to make your garden as efficient as possible.
Eliminate Harmful Chemicals
You'll learn how to fight off weeds, disease, and insect pests without relying on a bunch of toxic chemicals.
Garden Effectively in Small Spaces
Most people don't live on farms anymore - that's why this is geared toward people who are looking to grow more, even if you don't have a big yard.
Access to Master Gardener with 20+ Years Experience
When you become a member, you get a direct line to ask me any questions you may have.
Here’s what people are saying...
"Are you a beginner gardener? Do you need to help figuring out where to put your garden? Gabe will help you figure it out!"
"I've learned a ton of great gardening ideas - thanks!"
"Anyone else have a black thumb? Check out this fantastic beginner’s guide to gardening. Just in time for spring!"
Module 1: The Basics
Module 2: How To Make Your Plants Thrive
Module 3: Seed Starting
Module 4: Raised Bed Gardening
Module 5: Vertical Gardening
Module 6: Gardening In Small Spaces
Module 7: Organic Pest and Disease Management
- Common problems and how to treat them
- How to handle weeds, insects, and disease without toxic chemicals
Module 8: Seed Saving
That's Not All - Get This Special Bonus By Signing Up Today
Of course, you'll get full access to the eight-course class, but when you take advantage of this offer now, you'll also receive several bonuses to help you as you get started!
Interactive Planting Charts
The course will teach you the how, but these charts will help you with the when and the how to plant.
Simply enter your ZIP code, and this will give you your local climate zone/frost date info and recommend the correct planting times.
Members-Only Mastermind Group
Interact with other gardeners in an exclusive members-only mastermind group. Share your struggles, triumphs, cool new varieties, favorite recipes... whatever.
Q&A Sessions With The Instructor
Submit questions, ask for feedback, or just talk about how things are going.
You'll have regular opportunities to talk with me and get advice and the assistance you need to get over that next hump.
About The Course Teacher
Gabe Wright grew up playing in the dirt and has been gardening for over 25 years.
When his first son was born with a dairy allergy, gardening took on a new importance as an easy way to provide healthy, chemical-free, allergen-friendly food for his family.
He now regularly grows over $1000 of fresh, organic produce from less than 500 square feet in his backyard (he doesn't live on a farm either) and shares what he's learned with his readers at Life from the ground up.
Time Is Money, and Money Is... Also Money
There's no substitute for time. We all want more of it. Same with money.
Now that you've decided to start to take back some control of where your food comes from, saving both time and money in the process and also improving your health, how you go about getting there is the next logical question.
You could spend years trial-and-erroring your way through it, gradually improving and figuring out what works for you. Heck, I've spent decades "perfecting" my process (the great/maddening thing about gardening is that you never actually perfect it - you can learn a ton over time, but Nature always has the last laugh).
If you want to speed up that process, you could hire a garden consultant (yep, that's a real thing) to come check out your growing space, give you some tips, and maybe check in with you once a month to see how things are going. The problem with that is it'll cost at least $150/hr for that service, so over the course of a summer, you're looking at over $1000.
Your other option is to check out this course, where I've put together some of the most important things I've learned over the past 20+ years. Stuff that will help you get off to a great head start and avoid some of the problems that often trip people up. It's a lot of information, but it comes in nice bite-size packages, and you can listen over and over again (you'll have to record that garden consultant if you want to get things repeated). And of course, it's way less than $1000.
So are you ready?
100% Satisfaction Guarantee for 30 Days
If you go through the course and decide that now's not the time, or you're not convinced that you can do it, or you just think it's not worth the money you spent, you'll get 100% of your money back - no questions asked, no pressure.
You've Got This...
I know if you've never done this before, it can seem intimidating. I've been doing it for a long time, and it's still intimidating for me if I overthink it. I mean, there's a lot of forces at work against us, right?
But I have total confidence in you. Growing your own food is a very noble goal, and anyone can do it. It's not something that you're either born with or not - you can start from scratch, and be just as successful as me or anyone else within a short period of time.
So why not give it a try, and prove to yourself and the grocery store that you have what it takes!