I don't know about the rest of you, but the thought of living off of wheat and powdered milk after the "crisis" is not appealing to me as an individual or a father. Of course I am being facetious as there are many dried food alternatives out there for storage that add nutrition and variety to ones food storage. Certainly, if we could add fresh greens and fruit to the mix, however it would be welcome. I am interested in greenhouse options for those that live in climates with shorter growing seasons. There is plenty out there, but what I would love to know is if any of you have had experiences constructing your own greenhouses. What pitfalls did you encounter? What designs seem better i.e. domed, peaked roof, geodesic, etc? What is the best heating source for cold winters i.e. Propane, electricity, etc?
I do not have the answers, but am sure that there are loyal Turdites out there that could help me and others. Can we impose upon you to share a portion of your expertese?