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Thomas Berry, The Dream of the Earth

“Teaching children about the...

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We are right in the middle of it….. growing season!

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Its only about 40 degrees outside and rain, gray clouds and cold winds have been a constant this...

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One of our very favorite quotes around here is by Margaret Mead and says

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Our first meeting of the season took place this week. Enthusiastically we discussed...

The weather has been glorious; crisp, Autumn mornings followed by calm, sunny days...

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Just joined the KGI and hope to find great tips and link up with like-minded folks who want to grow their own food, as well as to encourage others to do the same.
Piermont Community Garden Restored After Hurricane Sandy

Superstorm Sandy destroyed the Piermont Community Garden in October 2012, and the goal of our...

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Growing Heirloom Bush Beans - Contender

This heirloom is called Contender because it competes for the championship of all beans. This...

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Looks like we'll be rained out of planting in the University of Maine at Machias gardens for the...

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