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Hello everyone, I am new to this forum and looking forward to learning and growing together. My name is Arden Czaszewicz (pronounced Chaz-wick) and I am an independent consultant for Shelf Reliance and Thrive Foods. I have long been interested in eating well as well as in being well-prepared for whatever could come down the pike including long power-outages, changes in job status, natural disasters, world events that disrupt services, etc., and just being able to be a blessing to my family, friends and neighbors. I've found a tremendous company that specializes in highly nutritional, GMO-free, freeze-dried and dehydrated foods that are AMAZINGLY delicious and boast a 25 year sealed container shelf-life. So this, in addition to the large garden my husband and I are nurturing in our backyard here in Kansas City, will help us to eat well, store well, and be a blessing for others. I would love to have you visit my website at http://www.shelfreliance.com/ArdenCz3 or which is in my signature below and contact me through here or there with any questions you may have. I know I have many questions about gardening as this is only our 3rd year, and we need all the help we can get! Happy Memorial Day weekend to everyone!
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Welcome to the forum. Sounds like you've got a good plan there. Feel free to ask away on gardening questions. We've got lots of gardeners.
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