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John Hershey
Posted on: Feb 8, 2011

For us gardeners, the approach of spring is a most exciting time.

David Buchanan
Posted on: Feb 7, 2011

The middle of August, a hot summer afternoon in southern Maine, I pulled to the curb in a Portla

history of school gardens
Rose Hayden-Smith
Posted on: Feb 4, 2011

In 1909, Ventura, California schoolteacher Zilda M.

Josephene Duffy
Posted on: Feb 3, 2011

When Roger asked for contributions to the KGI newsletter on school gardens, I couldn't resist th

Farmer Dave
Posted on: Feb 2, 2011

School Gardens

Sarah Zoubek
Posted on: Feb 1, 2011

“We have a mini-cucumber!” It was against all odds, but there, nestled amidst the plant’s large

Bill_Brikiatis
Posted on: Feb 1, 2011

There are a variety of reasons why gardeners start their vegetable plants inside.

Roger Doiron
Posted on: Jan 31, 2011

It's hard to beat this for irony and nerve: one day after the US government issues its

Africanaussie
Posted on: Jan 30, 2011

Growing vegetables urgently

johannagreen
Posted on: Jan 30, 2011

I have created a very basic explanation about

Urban-Composter
Posted on: Jan 29, 2011

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