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2015 was a banner year at the Shapleigh School Garden in Kittery, Maine. Students, staff, and...

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Carver High School in Memphis is known as "A School of Leadership in Society,” and it is with...

You know how adults always say, "stop and smell the roses"? Well, I stop and smell the dirt....

This spring refugee gardeners at the New Roots community garden in Oakland, CA grew hundreds of...

Kim Schutsky blogged  

In 2014 it came to my attention that a community garden would be starting at the Brothers in...

Michelle Wilber blogged  

Luis came to Anchorage, Alaska from Puerto Rico when he was seven, now he's sixteen.  His first...

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"I love dinosaur kale!," was the resounding and unexpected cheer of the Willow School Garden...

Nyla Scott, third grader at Woodstock Elementary School (and author of the "Sow it Forward"...

Detroit Gleaners Community Food Bank Garden

“The food from the garden definitely makes a difference” said Nancy Kaspari, food pantry...

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Since receiving the Kitchen Gardener's International Grant, the Americana Community Center has...

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