You can grow your own food. We can help.
ncf.education 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??
michaelwatson commented on 10 Tips for Growing Your Best Garden Ever
10 Tips for Growing Your Best Garden Ever

Since it's KGI's 10th birthday year, I'm thinking a lot about the number 10 and my own garden...

michaelwatson commented on 10 Tips for Growing Your Best Garden Ever
10 Tips for Growing Your Best Garden Ever

Since it's KGI's 10th birthday year, I'm thinking a lot about the number 10 and my own garden...

michaelwatson commented on 10 Tips for Growing Your Best Garden Ever
10 Tips for Growing Your Best Garden Ever

Since it's KGI's 10th birthday year, I'm thinking a lot about the number 10 and my own garden...

So for this season our garden has brought us many lessons.  During the school year we started...

Sophia in the Pantry Garden

Sophia Durall has a close and vital relationship to the Northeast Brooklyn Housing Development...

ttstag926 asked a question 
What are companion plants?

The WIC Wahiawa Community Garden located on Oahu has been expanded thanks to the Kitchen...

CharlesFrazer posted a status update 
New to the Gardening Area but did some when younger. Grocery store Fruits greens and vegetables scare me. Starting to help make people in my area (A campground) aware of ways to grow their own in confined spaces with limited space available.
Growing Food Forward shared an image 
3-year old Maggie helped move that bucket of compost and worked through emptying it herself!

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