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Saving Water for the Garden

By Larraine Rouston: For the past several years, we all have become aware that climate change is causing droughts. Yet, just last week while walking in the woods, I picked up a disposable plastic bottle half filled with water. Water is a limited resource; less than 1% of it is usable …

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Growing Food with a View–Roof Top Farm

By Fredrica Syren: We have gone from growing food at farms in the countryside to bringing it into the city and growing it in our gardens. Nowadays urban gardening is a way of life and, with creativity, people find ways to grow their own food in the middle of cities …

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Urban Gardening

By Centehua: More than 80% of Americans live in cities and they need access to real, fresh food. Approximately 23.5 million people live in food deserts, where supermarkets are over a mile away but fast food restaurants are found on every corner. We know fast food is cheap, addictive and …

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Time To Start Planning for Planting

 By Centehua: The time has come to plan ahead for the warmth of spring. It will be here in no time, and I am really looking forward to an abundance of tomatoes, peppers, herbs, flowers, etc. Now is a good time to start some tomato seeds indoors because they take …

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