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Hi, I've joined because I want to learn more about utilizing my garden to its best for the production of food.

Gardening teaches children useful skills and it’s good for their personal...

ChrisFon Kitchen Gardening posted a status update 
I am happy to have joined kgi. I would like to benefit from it and encourage more people to grow their own food.
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Unless you've been living in your backyard for the last year, you have probably now heard of the...

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Members of our community and student body worked this summer to build our school garden.  All of...

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Anybody out there working with students aged 11-15 who would be interested in forming a kind of pen pal initiative where they can discuss with each other what they are doing/ what is happening in their garden/fields??
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