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September 8, 2020

Gardening & Food Security

Home and community gardens have provided people with a continuous and fresh supply of food for many years, and continue to act as the main food source for many around...

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  • Gardening & Food Security
    September 8, 2020

    Gardening & Food Security

    Home and community gardens have provided people with a continuous and fresh supply of food for many years, and continue to act as the main food source for many around the world. As we enhance technologically and the trend of...

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  • Take Your Landscaping To The Next Level
    August 11, 2020

    Take Your Landscaping To The Next Level

    Outdoor spaces can often reflect the personalities of those who work on them. Wild. Easy-going. Clean and proper. The possibilities are endless and imaginations can often run awry.  Read on to find out easy and affordable ways to achieve the...

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  • Top 3 Reasons Your Kids Should Garden With You
    July 22, 2020

    Top 3 Reasons Your Kids Should Garden With You

    If you are blessed enough to have a yard, chances are you probably have a garden. Whether it’s planting beautiful and colorful flowers or growing your own food, time outside and hands in soil is something we all look forward...

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  • Where Did The Summer Go?
    September 9, 2019

    Where Did The Summer Go?

    It seemed that last winter we couldn’t wait for it to finally come, then all of a sudden someone turned the heat up to 95 and we couldn’t go out to enjoy it. Then heat finally broke and Monarch migration...

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  • Starting a Raised Garden Bed
    May 25, 2019

    Starting a Raised Garden Bed

    You just purchased your new raised bed. Now what do you do? An empty bed grows nothing! Here are a few quick tips to help you get started growing today! What You'll Need: Soil Mixture, about 8 cubic feet for...

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  • November Notes: Garden Gratitude
    November 1, 2016

    November Notes: Garden Gratitude

    The seasons are ever changing, with time marching on. Daylight Savings ends, the clock falls back an hour on Sunday, November 6th. Evenings have been creeping in a little earlier and earlier over the last month or so. This means less time...

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