You can grow your own food. And we can help!

The Sow It Forward Grant  monies are being used to purchase materials such a fabric to cover the...

The 2013 SpringHillGarden season has seen such variations in weather! From a...

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Kahala Elementary Garden

Mahalo to Kitchen Gardeners International for the Sow it Forward Grant awarded to our school! We...

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Fourth Graders plant strawberries in a vertical tower.

The Stonehurst Edible Schoolyard has been a busy garden this spring. Students from the...

Garden volunteers evaluate newly installed drip irrigation system.

The Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust (BTLT) is in its second year of hosting a thriving community...

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When mercury-levels rise, we find a safe haven in cooler places. But what about the...

Waialae Elementary Public Charter Schools had a great Spring garden session.    Our gardens grew...

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WIC Produce from Positive Energetics Garden

“Get your fresh organic produce here!” Positive Energetics Foundation (PEF) is making this a...




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