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teresa170866 commented on Kids Having Fun with Nature
kids having fun with nature at Qadir Bakhsh Farms

Hi Friends! Watch the kids having fun
Mulberry picking and pick your own experience is fun...

tariq tanveer blogged  
kids having fun with nature at Qadir Bakhsh Farms

Hi Friends! Watch the kids having fun
Mulberry picking and pick your own experience is fun...

One of the most exciting things about the Lucas Village Community Garden is the diversity of our...

krisk posted a status update 
Here's a video tour of my kitchen garden on July 6th 2014 -- A lot bigger than the one I showed in my 2012 video, with a greater emphasis on perennial crops such as asparagus, strawberries and blueberries! http://baystatekitchengarden.blogspot.com/2014/06/june-2014-tour-of-my-k...
tariq tanveer commented on Strawberry Living Wall
strawberry living walls by qadir bakhsh farms

Hi friends! i would like to share you my experience of strawberry growing in living wall in my...

teresa170866 commented on Strawberry Living Wall
strawberry living walls by qadir bakhsh farms

Hi friends! i would like to share you my experience of strawberry growing in living wall in my...

teresa170866 commented on Strawberry Living Wall
strawberry living walls by qadir bakhsh farms

Hi friends! i would like to share you my experience of strawberry growing in living wall in my...

During the final Composter's Secret Garden and Cooking Club meeting of the 2013-14 school year,...

hacfrederick blogged  
Learning to Grow: Carla's Story

My name is Carla and I live in the Lucas Village Community where the our community garden is...

During the final Composter's Secret Garden and Cooking Club meeting of the 2013-14 school year,...

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