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JonLabelle
Posted on: Jul 24, 2014

Wouldn't it be a wonderful feeling to be puttering around in a warm spring garden, while snow dri

Groweducation
Posted on: Jul 23, 2014

For the first time Hannigan Elementary School in New Bedford, MA hosted a family planting day to

tower garden in full season
Linda Woods
Posted on: Jul 23, 2014

Two students at Maine Academy of Natural Sciences, our first charter school,  built a tower garde

baker soccchick
Posted on: Jul 22, 2014

Our Friendship Garden is in the Shawnee Neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky.  Joni Lancaster and

Rheney Williams
Posted on: Jul 18, 2014

I've made quite a few outdoor projects using cedar lately, and I thought it was high time to swit

kitetails
Posted on: Jul 16, 2014

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

Warehouse tech Bobby Pigg spreads mulch over some of the plants in our pumpkin patch.
nkrupa
Posted on: Jul 16, 2014

The Aiken To Eat Fresh garden is in its second year.

glen widmer
Posted on: Jul 16, 2014

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

jimdaz6078
Posted on: Jul 16, 2014

In 2014, the garden at St.

bgcscc14
Posted on: Jul 15, 2014

The kids have been working hard planting, weeding, and watering.

iowajody
Posted on: Jul 11, 2014

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

Sophia in the Pantry Garden
nebhdco
Posted on: Jul 7, 2014

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

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