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EPA Climate Justice Blog: Sampling the Garden Soil
Cliff Villa, EPA
It began with a concerned mom in Eugene, Oregon, raising a seemingly simple question: Is the soil in my garden safe for growing food?...
5 Ways to Make Gardening With Kids Easy and Educational
It’s no secret that kids who help plant a garden are more likely to want to eat the fruits and vegetables that it produces—and growing a garden is a great way to get your kids inte...
Cheyenne River Youth Project Offering Paid Internships for Teen Gardening Program
Eagle Butte, South Dakota—The Cheyenne River Youth Project today announced a summer employment opportunity for teens age 13-17 to participate in its Garden and Wellness Internship ...
10 Things Native Americans Can Do to Prepare for Spring
Ahh the rites of spring… the robins are all over the lawn looking for bugs. The rains are coming in and the small flowers and herbs are beginning to sprout and bloom...
Now Is the Time to Plant Fava Beans, the 'Giddy' Legume
A couple of years ago Andy got me to go out into his fava bean field to help harvest beans and to create a support system for the heavier stalks...
That’s Right: Plant Bulbs in the Fall to Bloom in Spring
The bulbs you plant this fall will be the first flowers in your garden next spring and tulips, daffodils, crocuses, hyacinths, irises and alliums just begin to scratch the surface ...
Winter-Prep Your Garden For A Better Spring
As the temperatures begin to drop you may be tempted to harvest the last of your tomatoes and abandon your garden until next March or April. Don’t do that...
4 Gardening Apps We're Digging Right Now
From black-thumbed beginners to green-thumbed experts, there are gardening apps that help you keep track of your garden, troubleshoot problems and push your gardening skills to the...
Can Do! 3 Great Tips for Preserving Your Fresh Fruit and Veggies
Sometimes planting a summer garden can be a double-edged sword. On the one hand you have bountiful fruits and vegetables. On the other hand . . ...
Awesome Aztec Superfood Is Also Beautiful in Your Garden
“What are we going to do with that?” was my first thought when my husband Andy said he had planted amaranth in our garden...
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