You can grow your own food. And we can help!
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Bartlett Pear - Protection from Coddling Moth through use of nylon stockings?
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Due to the wet season, my Bing cherries are starting to develop blue mold.
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With the funds from the KGI “Sow It Forward” grant the Kaiao Community Garden at the Boys and...

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The Kihei Charter Middle School garden serves as an outdoor classroom and food garden for...

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Kihei Charter School Garden
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We helped gardeners on the Santee Nation Reservation in Santee Nebraska to learn about growing more and better food from their gardens. In the spring, we held educational sessions to teach about seed starting, transplanting, soil fertility and chemical-free gardening. Since fresh foods are of poor quality in the local convenience stores (the only retail outlets in this food desert), we prepared demonstration meals with foods the gardeners could...
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Quaker's vegetable garden is a true manifestation of Matthew 7:7 "Ask and it will be given to...

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ACCESS Medford Food Share Garden

Thank you so much for our Sow It Forward grant!  It means we now have row cover cloth protection...




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