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Whether you’re looking for advice on the tastiest heirloom tomato, a chemical-free way to reduce dandelions or innovations in urban gardens, we have a library of information waiting for you. Make us part of your gardening community.
Using a dibble, deception from a GMO front group, and $50 billion worth of pest control done by flying mammals.
News items on student gardening programs, food marketing, and the complications of climate change.
The small things we do to keep pesticides, herbicides, and other chemicals out of our water supply.
The value of locally owned businesses to our communities, to ourselves.
Salmonella outbreak emphasizes importance of small producers and homegrown vegetables.
Common interests and shared information with your fellow gardeners.
The growth of small farms, organic crops, and locally sourced foods.
... or buy them from your small, local organic farmer.