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During both World War I ("Liberty Gardens") and World War II ("Victory Gardens"), at least 25% of the nation's fresh fruits and vegetables were planted by families to help prevent a food shortage. Gardeners utilized their lawns and backyards (sometimes called "farmlets") to mobilize food production.
CSUN Victory Garden Project: 
CSUN Sustainability seeks to model this effort, galvanizing our community and the CSU network of students, faculty, and staff to start planting now! You can use your balcony, windowsill, or yard.
Phase 1:
Complete this survey to have CSUN Sustainability ship you a packet of seeds so you can start your journey to growing your victory garden salad!

Phase 2:
Plant, nurture and watch your victory garden salad grow. Capture this wonderful process and share it with @sustaincsun using #victorygarden2020. Stay tuned to see others' progress and participate in our Wednesday Victory Garden virtual seminars.
Phase 3:
Harvest your salad and join us virtually to celebrate our victory garden and your success. 
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