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The heat of the summer has finally set in and our gardens are thriving at Hyalite Elementary!...

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With a welcoming oli (chant), Na Keiki O Ka 'Aina, the children attending...

Creating a Community Garden by Sheet Mulching

The Nadaka Garden project is an ambitious grass-roots community effort to create a community...

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Mala O' Haiku recently recieved a KGI grant which we are very grateful for!
With this...

For the first time ever 28 11th and 12th grade students of Kihei Charter School on the island of...

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Thank you Kitchen Garden Internationals! Thanks to your grant we were
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The Garden Project of the Food Bank of Western New York is off to a beautiful start. We have...

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Due to the wet season, my Bing cherries are starting to develop blue mold.
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