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8-year-old Ava helps harvest fresh lettuce from the backyard greenhouse at the Children’s Museum...

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Warehouse tech Bobby Pigg spreads mulch over some of the plants in our pumpkin patch.

The Aiken To Eat Fresh garden is in its second year. As our fresh produce begins to get ready...

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Sophia and Maddy research health issues in Waldo County as part of a service learning project.  ...

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In 2014, the garden at St. Vincent DePaul was awarded a grant from Kitchen Gardeners...

The kids have been working hard planting, weeding, and watering.  Currently, the Garden Club is...

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MichaelHochberg posted a status update 
I am the Author of Window Farming From A-Z and I would like to give away the .pdf of my book to all who would need it. Just let me know how i can do this and I will send a copy.
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Hello my name is Del and I'm just starting a new kitchen garden on the beautiful island of Anglesey, North Wales asked a question 
Anybody out there working with students aged 11-15 who would be interested in forming a kind of pen pal initiative where they can discuss with each other what they are doing/ what is happening in their garden/fields??




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