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We are well into out season extension for a fall garden full of treats.  ...

Juanblanco posted a status update 
Just joined saw a video on YouTube about planting garlic. I've got a very small garden using cinder blocks. I resurrected my jalapeño, bell, poblano pepper plants that I thought were dead back in late August. They are now producing!
StellaBella posted a status update 
I just joined and want to learn to grow indoors. My aim is to grow lots of veggies so I can afford to juice. I'm borderline diabetic and want to reboot my life. I also want to be an example for my Fiance so he can join me as well:) Need to know where to start?
WSU Organic Farm posted a status update 
We're glad to see this new site! Excited to be a part of this educational movement.
Union Community Garden posted a status update 
Thrilled to be joining the campus farm world! Union University will hopefully begin our first campus garden this coming Spring!
infinityx2 commented on pfrollin question
What's the best way to harvest chard?
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Here's the good news coming out of Orlando.  Once again, KGI members thousands of petition...

Roger Doiron posted a status update 
In case you missed it, here's the TV report about the Orlando case: http://youtu.be/Uyn7URfKCXM
Duke Community Garden commented on Wonder Wall

 

I'm loving this wall o' lettuce! It gives us a glimpse of the architecture of the...

cam_bell posted a status update 
Stoked on Campus Farmers! Doing an undergrad thesis to create evaluation criteria and planning tools for on-campus food production, please contact me if interested!

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