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Буцької громади у 2022 р.

We are helping Ukrainians grow their victory gardens in any available space to fight food insecurity across their country.

Victory Gardens is a Ukrainian-based campaign. Our goal is to access all the land available and mobilize every resource at our disposal to ensure our country stays food secure during this time of war.

We encourage all Ukrainians to establish a Victory Garden in their households, balconies, or yards.

We work with communities to mobilize their efforts and access all the land available. We ask them to think creatively and recognize wastelands, parks and lawns, backyards, or apartment roofs, as potential places to grow food.

If you are an international business or organization, you can help! Like-minded partners can invest in our initiative with seeds, fertilizers, fuels, and agricultural machinery for tillage and crop processing.

Our Mission

To provide food for our families and support Ukrainians in the temporarily occupied territories, internally displaced persons, and those on the front lines

The Russian War in Ukraine has caused a national crisis that has had a massive effect on our capacity to produce an essential supply of grain, vegetables, oil, and meat products

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At least 30% of agricultural land will not be sown in 2022
2
Russia is systematically destroying agricultural machinery in Ukraine
3
Russia is destroying large warehouses filled with agricultural products
4
Russia has been seizing and destroying agricultural machinery, fertilizer, seeds and fuel stocks
5
Russia has been stealing essential Ukrainian food stocks
6
The war has resulted in displacement, limited resources, and uncertainty. These chronic stressors are detrimental to Ukrainians' mental health

The Historical Roots of Victory Gardens

Victory Gardens

Victory Gardens became popular during the First and Second World Wars. All across the United States, as well as Great Britain, Canada, Australia, and Germany, people planted fruit, vegetable, and herb gardens in their private residences and public parks. Victory Gardens were part of daily life, often grown in backyards
or on the "home front," as they were called.
These gardens were not only a means of indirect military assistance. They were also seen as "improving the morale" of citizens, as gardeners found purpose and took pride in their work. The best rewards came in the form of their harvests

Canada
World War I
The "Garden in Every Home" campaign was organized by the Ministry of Agriculture in 1917. Households were encouraged to garden and keep chickens in their yards to collect eggs.
209,200 Victory Gardens operated in Canada, where 57,000
tons of vegetables were produced in 1944.
The "Garden in Every Home" campaign was organized by the Ministry of Agriculture in 1917. Households were encouraged to garden and keep chickens in their yards to collect eggs.
209,200 Victory Gardens operated in Canada, where 57,000
tons of vegetables were produced in 1944.
Wastelands, parks and meadows, sports fields, backyards and roofs of apartment buildings were used for Victory Gardens in the Great Britain during World War II
Great Britain
World War II
Wastelands, parks and meadows, sports fields, backyards and roofs of apartment buildings were used for Victory Gardens in the Great Britain during World War II
United States
World War II
came from the Victory Gardens throughout World War II. By
May 1943, there were 18 million Victory Gardens in the United
States: 12 million in cities and six million on farms.
came from the Victory Gardens throughout World War II. By
May 1943, there were 18 million Victory Gardens in the United
States: 12 million in cities and six million on farms.

Victory Gardens – Your contribution to Ukraine’s Victory!

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