You can grow your own food. And we can help!
Kim Schutsky blogged  

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

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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...

HurdLibrary blogged  

~~We set about constructing our Kids’ Garden behind the D.A. Hurd Library in North Berwick,...

Sarina is a 45 year old woman who has been with our vegetable garden project from the beginning...

Forrest Wheatey blogged  

If you love flowers and gardens in general, then late spring is the time for you. Around the...

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This young gardener exclaimed, "I grew this myself!" as Jim, our garden leader, walked by her...




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