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6 Ways To Grow A Garden If You Don't Have A Yard
Try these options for growing your own food if you live in the city, an apartment, or a small space.
9 Ways You Can Use Your Garden To Give Back To Your Local Community
One of the best things about growing good food is sharing it.
How Green Schoolyards Are Changing The Face Of Learning In New York City
Green schoolyards are valuable resources and offer a safe meditative space for staff and students.
6 Valuable Lessons For Teaching Kids All About Gardening
Teach kids how to grow a green vocabulary and mind-set, whether it's at home, at school, or in a community garden.
How To Start A Community Garden
Community gardens beautify their neighborhoods and bring people together. Here's how to start one in your neighborhood.
You'll Never Believe How This Hip Hop Rapper Gets Kids To Eat Their Veggies
DJ Cavem is a hip hop artist, educator and organic gardener teaching school kids how to grow and enjoy their veggies.
How Community Gardens Are Revitalizing Cities
In New York and beyond, these public plots are thriving in underserved neighborhoods as people work together to grow food and nurture beauty.
6 Steps To Starting A Community Garden
You don't need to live in the country to get a little greenery and grow good food.
Harvest of Hope
The garden at Chicago’s Cook County Sheriff’s Boot Camp gives incarcerated men the skills to grow vegetables—and potentially new lives.
Nature's Path: Gardens for Good
Take a look at the 2010 winners and their amazing gardens.
DeLoach Vineyards Community Garden Winners
Congratulations to the 2011 Garden to Table Award Winners!

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