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This spring the senior residents of Glanville Tower Apartments in NE Kansas City, Kansas...

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

Thanks to a Sow it Forward grant from KGI, students and teachers at Eight Corners...

Durham Friends blogged  

Thank you KGI for helping make Durham Friends garden the best ever! We built several more raised...

Jordan Bay Senior Community Garden

Progress was slower than 'the boys' had hoped for, and our opportunities for funding were waning...


I drink a lot of organic tea but recently realized it’s a cost that adds up,...

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

hoa aina o makaha blogged  

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...

MalaO'Haiku blogged  

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




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