Looking for illustrated instructions, to make into posters, on how t
grow certain vegetables (beans, peas, tomatoes, onione, spinach
carrots, potatoes, chillis etc). This is for a very poor community o
elderly people who are mostly illiterate, hence the need for these t
be in picture form. We have plant donations and we have raised money t
buy implements like shovels, watering cans, etc but we need to leav
some sort of reference for the folks so that the vegetable garden i
sustainable. We are going to the old age home in 2 weeks, so time is o
the essence, as I will need to get the ‘posters’ printed before then. W
don’t have the money in the budget to pay for actual posters, but I’
sure there must be something along these lines on the internet. Ca
anyone help or point me in the right direction? Thank
I would recommend going to the local library and looking at (no
offense) children's gardening books. They have lots of illustrations
that you could probably copy (i don't think anyone will be sending
Cease and Desist letters to your door for violating copyright for the
benefit of senior citizens).
If there are garden shops in your area, there is a possibility they may
donate the printing of the posters for you in exchange for their name at
the bottom "Printed by" or, better, approach the printing shop for the
same thing. It sounds like a worthy organization and businesses are aware
that elderly have children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, etc., who are
potential customers. Your local newspaper is another possibility and it
also gives them a lead on a story.
Wishing you the best on your project,
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