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The Victory Garden of Tomorrow: Grow it Forward: Heirloom Seed Contest poster

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American Gardener: Victory Gardens in The BULLETIN at Terrain

American Gardener: Victory Gardens

Between 1941 and posters like the ones above dotted the American landscape, encouraging citizens to support the war by planting a vegetable garden at home.

Jenny on the Job. Gets Her Beauty Sleep. #vintage #health #beauty #sleep

Jenny on the Job Gets Her Beauty Sleep

Jenny on the Job Gets Her Beauty Sleep. Here we catch Jenny getting some needed sleep after a long day at work. Jenny on the Job posters were used during WWII to introduce women to the industrial work

Victory Garden poster

The National War Garden Commission was established to get more people to grow gardens, just as the Victory Gardens of the later WWII did.

"Break New Ground: There is ground all around us that can and should be cultivated. It's in empty city lots, on rooftops, in window boxes, & other surprising nooks & crannies. This image is inspired by a 1944 "Garden for Victory" poster that also featured a foot and pitchfork along with the slogan, "Groundwork for Victory." The setting then was the suburban or rural lawn--our setting now is the urban food deserts. Urban farming as a source of nutrition & education has to be part of our…

"Break New Ground: There is ground all around us that can and should be cultivated. It's in empty city lots, on rooftops, in window boxes, & other surprising nooks & crannies. This image is inspired by a 1944 "Garden for Victory" poster that also featured

Susan is getting back to the basics in her garden, growing food the way our parents and grandparents used to.

Vintage victory canning poster The National War Garden Commission asks, "Are You a Victory Canner?

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