You can grow your own food. We can help.
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Starting my day again with a hardy super-easy breakfast soup: 1.5 cups of this week's homemade...

Miss Lady Bug blogged  

This chocolate garden cake is a sweet way to use some zucchini and carrots from the garden.  I...

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Roger Doiron blogged  

You can help KGI win a grant for $5000 for school and community gardens by voting for our entry...

Roger Doiron blogged  

You can help KGI win a grant for $5000 for school and community gardens by voting for our...

dcharm2 asked a question 
just registered with KGI; I would like to know what I need as products to start growing as survival foods that can be preserved for survival food? Basically what seeds do I buy to begin growing?
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A couple more issues: blog and question titles/links aren't appearing in the forum view. We'll need them so that people know what's being discussed and have something to click on.
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Are there going to be any activites held for World Kitchen Garden Day in Georgia, USA or New York City? Please contact me. Thanks.

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