The rain didn’t keep this group from MSU’s Organic Farmer Training Program from touring our garden at Kent ISD. As we strolled through the gardens they sampled cucamelons, borage, lemon basil, and Concord grapes. We shoveled soil from the regenerative garden to compare it with the soil outside of the garden and noticed threads of […]
On Saturday, March 11, we hosted a Rengenerative Garden Workshop at Flowerland in Wyoming, MI. Hope Gardens’ staff taught community members how to install their own no-till, regenerative (nature-based) garden. Regenerative gardening is an approach to sustainable food and farming systems that regenerates topsoil and enhances biodiversity now and long into the future. This practice […]
Now that the weather is starting to get warmer, this is a good time to revisit your garden and start getting your supplies and areas ready for your transplants! Make sure you have enough tools and gloves and clean up any fallen debris and garden messes you have been pushing off all winter! Eliminating hibernating […]
February’s tips come from our fabulous garden tech, Jake Torok. Get your supplies ready! Seed starting is just around the corner. Start looking at your seed packets and taking note of which ones need to be started in order to be able to be transplanted outside as soon as their tolerance allows! Peppers, thyme, and […]
Planting in pots an easy way to grow herbs indoors.
Learn how to plant watercress — it’s easy to grow and tasty in a salad!
Things are growing well in the greenhouse despite the drops in temperature. In this video you will learn how to prune tomato seedlings as well as a view of what’s growing in the greenhouse. We hope you enjoy this and feel inspired to grow food in your home or garden. ??❤️
Learn how to plant peas in a regenerative garden at Parkview Elementary. Mr. Rich shows us how easy it is to plant in this no till school garden.
In this video, Rich teaches us about gardening in your landscapes using natural untreated wood chips as a cover. Perennials are popping up including chives, parsley and mint. Garlic is proving strong in more ways than one.