Stories of hope, inspiration, and of course — gardening!
Learn how to plant watercress -- it's easy to grow and tasty in a salad!
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Poverty, Privilege and Pumpkin Seeds Today as I was preparing my favorite breakfast food, American fries with onions, I thought of how privileged I was to have a home and food to prepare. As I adjusted the flame on the stove my thoughts shifted to a young girl’s face and a conversation I had with...
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.
No need to till! In this video, Julie will show you how to start your own home garden using nature’s method of growing with little or no cost. Let’s grow some food!
The challenge before us…feeding the world. Quite often we are looking to the big companies to rise up to this challenge yet we are all aware of the toll it takes on our soils. With the rise in population comes a need for re-thinking the way we grow food. We see a solution and it...
“Whose garden is it?” Kids: “Our Garden!” This is near and dear to my heart! It has been such a privilege to spend time with kids and youth in gardens as we learn together how to grow food and try new things. This year we had some water challenges which gave youth the opportunity to...
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