Teens Grow Greens Inc. The Milwaukee community launched a $7 million project to expand access

MILWAUKEE – For the past seven years, Teens Grow Greens Incorporated has been harnessing the power of gardening to provide business, entrepreneurship and educational opportunities to youth in Milwaukee. The Teen Greens program started with just 10 employees and now has more than 70. The head of agriculture, Julius Gayo, said: “Every year it is … Read more

A grassroots effort to the Seaford Community Garden

SEAFORD, Del. — People in the town of Seaford came together to plan and build a new community garden that started with a simple Facebook post. President and Founder of the Seaford Community Garden – a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization – Cassandra Dayton has had a passion for gardening since childhood, and now she’s using it … Read more

Moore donated plants to the school

Staff reports Lake City, S.C. – Moore Farms hosts its annual Eggstravaganza Easter celebrations in March. The much-anticipated best-selling venue was packed with more than 800 guests. More than 20,000 eggs are hidden in the garden, and Eggstravaganza continues to be one of the largest egg hunting in the state. It was important this year … Read more

The University of Michigan has been renamed Peony Garden.

Ann Arbor – University of Michigan Nichols Arboretum donates $ 2 million to Piony Garden, First Donor Family In 1922, Dr. WE Upjohn donated peonies to the University, one of the largest and most historic Peony gardens in North America. The U.S. Regions Board approved the name change on May 19. Every year in May … Read more

The 72-year-old Peninsula landowner uses his garden to develop a community close to Mississippi Joe

East Palo Alto, California (KJO) – Vegetable can provide food for the family. However, there is a special garden on the peninsula that feeds and nurtures neighbors for three generations and brings together the community. Mississippi goes by the name of Joe. And this is what you get every day by taking care of the … Read more

The A&E Calendar is the best for local entertainment

Registration for the Summer Studio Youth Arts Education at Huhkinson Arts Center, 15 Franklin St. “Sherman and March to the Sea” by Jim and Joyce Hendrix on Civil War’s Day 30-3 Re 30 at the Mecker County Museum, Hall, 308 N. Marshall Ave., Litchfield. . Introduction is a membership, which includes free e-mails that anticipate … Read more

Ask SAM: Falling from a weaver fire can affect my home garden?

Q How did the recent collapse of two Wever Fertilizer factories affect the soil? I am a dedicated gardener living near Walk Forst University. The air in our neighborhood was filled with toxic substances for more than 24 hours during the December fires, which lasted for several days. I am an old man with a … Read more

Weikria Prison Vegetable Trainees donate 7,000 plants to Wangangano wetland for D.C.

The first 5,000 plants were planted in the Whammarino wetlands by a group of dock workers. Photo / Karis Enderwick, Dr. Nearly 7,000 local plants, grown in the Weikriya Prison, have been donated to the Department of Plant Protection (DOSI) and planted in an internationally significant Wanganano area near Tea Tawata. Whangamarino covers about 7,000 … Read more