Proper Equipment: Your investment in this venture is simple: garden supplies, seeds and small trees, a few tools (dehydrators, oil expellers, canning equipment) and time. Although growing your food is more of an agrarian type of pantry system, this is the best way to learn self-reliance as well as the best way to help you learn how much food your family needs to thrive.
Start Small: As with all prepping endeavors, start small and don’t get in over your head. Start a vegetable/herb garden and then accent it with additional beds for berries and grains. Once this is established, start adding fruit bearing and nut bearing trees.
Be Efficient: Further, creating an efficient gardening area equipped with a water source for easy irrigation, a composting area and natural sources for manure will help you make the most use of the space you have.
Herb garden , Vegetable garden , Legumes , Fruit trees , Grains , and Nuts / Seeds