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danielleveldman710 blogged  

Thanks to KGI for “Sowing It Forward” with Baxter Community Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan!...

Yarmouth Community Garden blogged  

Yarmouth Community Garden harvested its first lettuces, spinach, chard and micro greens last...

Senior gardeners harvest collard greens and kale from the BSCAH Urban Farm. These seniors participated in our Health 360 program and worked with the Green Teens to start high-yield planters in their home gardens.

The Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger (BSCAH) Urban Farm has undergone monumental progress during...

Angele Cupples Community Garden includes eight 4 x 12-foot beds that are designated solely for...

bellm posted a status update 
Food Bank garden update: Angele Cupples Community Garden includes eight 4 x 12-foot beds that are designated solely for growing vegetables for the Concrete Food Bank. All eight beds went into production during the 2012 growing season, and again during the 2013 season. They are planted with a variety of vegetables, including several types of beans, carrots, zucchini squash, tomatoes, cucumbers (two types), and corn. Four of the eight beds are...
K9FindM blogged  

Just wanted to check in - have been quite busy this summer.  I have been harvesting both my...

Nature Consortium’s Earth Project Garden Classroom

Nature Consortium, a Seattle nonprofit, connects people, arts, and nature through programs such...

Stewards of the Kauai Keiki Garden loving up the Taro

The stewards of the Kauai Keiki Garden are having lots of fun and learning a ton growing their...

Pakistan Girl Guides Association, Islamabad Capital Territory branch is a Voluntary Non-...

mpochardt blogged  

The Starvin’ Marvin composting and gardening program started from a community desire to compost...




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