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Germination of a Novel Idea

On any given day at the Confluence Park in Denver, Colorado, kayakers crash through the technical shoots on the Platte River while packs of cyclists, dressed in full gear, speed by on trails that wind two-hundred plus miles through the city. 419 more words


Radiator Charlie Inspires an Artist to Create Seed Libraries

By:  Priscilla Hayes

It’s May 15, and I am finally completing a post about a wonderful session that took place a month ago.  On Tax Day, April 15, 2015, we welcomed Jeff Quattrone to the New Jersey Audubon Plainsboro Preserve facility to talk to community and school gardeners about seed saving.  1,479 more words


Our Gardening Plans for 2015.

This post has been in the plans for weeks and I am so happy to finally get around to writing it! I started gardening about 4 yrs ago. 813 more words


Community Seeds Program Series

By:  Priscilla Hayes

I love the way networks work in my life, connecting me to more of whatever I need to learn right now.  I had already set up the Seed Saving Program with Jeff Quattrone, (learn more in my previous blog post:  … 1,187 more words


Bio-dymanic Composting at Paul's home.

Our April meeting was at Paul’s home and along with the usual swapping of produce, chatting and catching up, we got down and dirty doing some bio-dynamic composting. 669 more words

Seed starting 2015

After our experiment on how to grow seeds and which method worked best, Mrs. Kirby and the students have been very busy starting seeds using a heating mat. 36 more words

A garden change or challenge?

In this winter haze I’m reminded of my garden. Of the delicate white blossoms on the pepper plants hanging like clouds. The yellow tomato blossoms like drops from the sun. 321 more words