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The Value of Community Gardens

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The Value of Community Gardens

You may pass by a community garden around where you live, but do you know how truly beneficial they can be for not only individuals, but for the community and the environment as well? Community gardens are also valuable for urban, suburban, and rural areas. Read on to learn just some of the unique values community gardens have! You may even be inspired to start your own! Benefits to the Environment: Boosts ecosystem biodiversity in the area Reduces the environmental impact of transporting fresh food to the area because it is grown locally Transforms waste into compost Benefits to Individuals:...

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4 Ways to Preserve Your Herbs

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4 Ways to Preserve Your Herbs

4 Ways to Preserve Your Herbs Did you grow too much mint? Planning to make basil pesto in a week or so? Preserving herbs allows you to keep herbs fresh and keep their aroma and flavour longer! Here are some methods to preserving herbs that you can try: 1. Hanging Tie your herbs together at their stems, remembering to first remove the lower leaves. Hang them in an open, dry, and warm spot. Let them hang for 1-3 weeks. Once they start to become crumbly, take them down. You can either crush them or leave them whole, putting them in...

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Simple and Tasty Recipes with Microgreens

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Simple and Tasty Recipes with Microgreens
You can add microgreens to any dish including salads, sandwiches, pastas, and soups! If you’re looking to grow your own at home, SucSeed has a make-it-yourself microgreen garden kit!

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Companion Gardening 101: Plant Pairings to Help your Garden Thrive!

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Companion Gardening 101: Plant Pairings to Help your Garden Thrive!

What is Companion Gardening? Companion Gardening is the act of planting strategically so that veggies, herbs, and even flowers can help each other grow healthier!  Why practice Companion Gardening?  Fostering mutually-beneficial relationships between plants can help with pest prevention, soil fertility, natural trellising, shade regulation, weed control, and some might say even better-tasting produce!  Here are some great examples of plant pairings for you to try! Cucumbers and Peas: As the pea plant increases the amount of nitrogen in the soil, their shared soil helps the cucumbers to grow better! Tomatoes and Basil: This is a lovely pairing because these...

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How to Raise a Child that Could Save the World

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How to Raise a Child that Could Save the World
Learn five tips for teaching sustainability and raising children who can, and will. change the world for the better.

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