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From the Design Desk: Veggie Love

"Easy Preserving For Victory" ~ Due to food rationing during WWII, home canning of fruits and vegetables was very popular with housewives - 1943.

Easy Preserving For Victory - Demetria Taylor - 1943 Wartime Canning Guide with Vintage Labels - Handwritten Recipes and Vintage Ephemera

"Easy Preserving For Victory" ~ Due to food rationing during WWII, home canning of fruits and vegetables was very popular with housewives - 1943.

Barbara Hale takes heed to her garden during WWII.  VICTORY GARDENS!

During both world wars, though more popularly during WWII, victory gardens were encouraged among the people on the home front in America.

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.

Office of Civilian Defense Design No. 4, "Victory Gardens."

Office of Civilian Defense Design No." The poster features a soldier with an arm around a destitute child on the left and a happy young woman with a bountiful basket of vegetables against the backdrop of a house and garden.

Stories of a Nomadic Nester: Victory Garden

"Liberty Sowing the Seeds of Victory - National War Garden Commission" ~ WWI poster to encourage growing your own food during wartime.

Victory Garden of Tomorrow Remixes Posters From the Past

Victory Garden of Tomorrow Remixes Posters From the Past

Remember, recycling is reusing. Poster by The Victory Garden of Tomorrow. Made in Portland

Schoolchildren receive a gardening lesson, circa 1944/45. The vegetables produced would have been used in the school canteen.

Dig for victory: vegetable growing during WWII in pics

Dig for Victory campaign, Schoolchildren receive a gardening lesson, circa The vegetables produced would have been used in the school canteen.

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