Organic Lawn Maintenance and Global Warming

  Maybe it’s because of global warming and maybe it’s not, but there does seem to be a lot of drought going around. So, what’s an organic gardener to do? Doesn’t “organic” almost imply “socially responsible”? Is there a way to be socially responsible, conserve water, and deal with organic lawn maintenance? A lot of [...]

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Organic Gardening Classes: More Good News for the Future

In yesterday’s post, I cited news about Jamba Juice Company’s support of gardening education.  I even wondered if this might be a first step toward organic gardening classes.  Well, according to gnom.es news service, Seeds of Change, an organic seed and food company, is also joining in to help promote gardening education with its plan [...]

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Vegetable Gardening for Beginners: The First Step Towards Organic?

I don’t know about you, but the more technological the world becomes, the more I worry about what the next generations are learning about the natural world, in particular, gardening. Kids seem to pick up technological skills with ease, but where do they learn about things like the importance of fruits and vegetables and food [...]

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How to Get Started as a Small-Space or Urban Organic Gardener

Are you an urban organic gardener? Or do you want to be one, but really just don’t have the space? Well, it might be easier to get gardening than you think.   In fact, a recent article by Jennifer Hetrick in readingeagle.com can show you how to get started with not much more space than a [...]

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