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Victory gardens are making a comeback in many parts of the world. A victory garden is a type of vegetable garden that was popular during World War I and World War II, when people grew their own food to support the war effort and conserve resources.

In recent years, there has been a resurgence of interest in victory gardens, driven by a number of factors, including:

The desire to be self-sufficient: As people look to reduce their dependence on grocery stores and the industrial food system, growing their own food has become more appealing.

Concerns about food security: The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the vulnerability of the global food supply chain and led to concerns about food security.

A desire to reduce food waste: Growing your own food allows you to harvest it at the peak of freshness, reducing the amount of food waste generated in transportation and storage.

The need for fresh produce: With many people spending more time at home, there has been an increased interest in growing fresh produce for personal consumption.

The appeal of outdoor activity: Gardening is a popular outdoor activity that provides a sense of accomplishment and connection to nature.

Overall, the resurgence of victory gardens reflects a growing desire among people to be more self-sufficient, secure their food supply, reduce waste, and engage in meaningful outdoor activities.