I’m not much of a gardener. It’s not keeping things alive that is my problem, but rather taking out the time to plant. That’s why I was so excited to hear of the Triscuit Home Farming movement.
Triscuit, along with the non-profit organization Urban Farming, has found a way to help provide families everywhere with the opportunity and knowledge to grow their own food. Triscuit is putting plantable herb seed cards in 4 million boxes of Tricuit crackers to be grown in homes all around the country!
I received a basil seed card in my box of Triscuits. There were easy to follow instructions that made planting the seeds so simple that even I was able to do it without a problem!!
Not only are they encouraging Americans to home farmwith the awesome seed cards, but Triscuit and Urban Farming are also planning to create 50 community-based home farms across the country this year to connect communities through the act of growing food together.
To find out more about The Home Farming movement and see what you can do to get involved, visit www.triscuit.com/homefarming. Here you can join discussions with other people getting involved and you can even put your own farm on the cool interactive map on the site.
Disclaimer: I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Triscuit and received the product nessecary to facilitate my candid review. In addition, I received a gift card to thank me for taking the time to participate. All the opinions expressed in the above review are my own and were not influenced by outside sources.