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Learn to Grow Plants and Food With Beginner Garden Projects

Maybe you've tried to "garden" before, but the results were brown, wilted, and de-motivating. This spring, don't give up and settle for plastic flowers. Use these great resources to grow flowers, herb... read more

Gardening 101: Everything You Need to Know to Actually See Your Garden Grow

These days, more and more people are discovering the joys of playing in the dirt—though grown-ups might prefer the term “gardening.” Food ... plants out there to grow. Here are some things to think ab... read more

How urban farmers are learning to grow food without soil or natural light

Yet a few community projects had recently been started in those places too. Today’s urban farmers don’t just grow food to eat; they also see urban agriculture as a way of increasing the diversity of p... read more

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Fresh Food Galore: How to Grow a Family-Friendly Garden in Your Own Backyard

You don't need a lot of space to start growing your own plants ... project. Try some of these crops to get started: Cherry tomatoes. These are a fun garden food because kids can eat them right off the ... read more


Community gardens unite Harford residents with a passion for growing and clean eating

Since 2012, Stolo has participated in an innovative gardening project at the Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) Edgewood Area Youth Center called the Vegucation Project. The program encourages children to ... read more

5 surprisingly easy edible gardening projects for Spring

digging in the dirt and planting food to green the land and provide sustenance for yourself and your family. Newbie gardeners may feel apprehensive about trying to grow edible plants, but there are ma... read more

Gardening with Kids: How It Affects Your Child’s Brain, Body and Soul

If you don’t have a lot of outdoor space, a few containers and soil in a sunny spot can be an easy way to grow ... the plants get enough fertilizer, water and sun fosters mindfulness. The concepts lea... read more

Starting a community garden: LaManda Joy's new book has growing tips

We have a garden at the Field Museum that focuses on seed diversity, and a garden at Mather High School, where the kids grow heirloom vegetables. Q: In addition to the gardens, you launched a learning ... read more

Hydroponic gardening in Costa Rica: How to get started

If this dry season has been any indication of what’s to come in our future, climate-wise, we better get ready for alternatives for growing our food. Hydroponic gardening ... skills for this project. O... read more

A beginner's guide to permaculture gardening

In contrast to many modern agricultural methods, a natural growing system sustains a continuous cycle, with dead plants becoming mulch for new growth. Permaculture gardening seeks to recreate this cyc... read more

Growing Hope greens Ypsilanti, one seed at a time

With his enthusiasm for the program evident, he became manager of Growing Hope’s West Middle School garden ... cookbooks to learn to cook with unfamiliar foods and herbs. Meat consumption in the house ... read more

How to Grow Plants Indoors with Your Toddler

Spark an interest in nature and homegrown, fresh and healthy foods for your little ones by growing your own plants and mini-garden indoors ... soil is unnecessary for a small project involving childre... read more



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