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Gardening in Limited Space Using Container Gardens, Part 1

Sunday, May 13th, 2012

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    CSR Minute: Nature’s Path and Organic Gardening Magazine Partner in Gardens for Good

    Tuesday, September 6th, 2011

    Nature’s Path, the maker of organic breakfast foods, and Organic Gardening magazine have launched a Facebook campaign to give away 000 for urban farming ideas. Gardens for Good 2011 will award the grant money to help urban farms and community gardens produce fresh, organic food. Last year, Gardens for Good funded three gardens, in California, Florida, and British Columbia. Applications are now being accepted at www.facebook.com/naturespath. Rudolf Steiner Social Finance celebrated 150 years of social transformation inspired by Rudolf Steiner with a festival held in San Francisco last Sunday. The event included interactive workshops, panel discussions, and organic and biodynamic food and wine tastings. Rudolf Steiner’s contributions include Waldorf education and biodynamic farming. For more information on these and other stories, go to thecsrminute.com

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      POLL:.. sock/sock, shoe/shoe… OR … sock/shoe, sock/shoe?

      Wednesday, December 29th, 2010

      i tend to do the sock/shoe,… thing…

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      To The Garden

      Tuesday, December 28th, 2010

      It’s never too early to start little ones on healthful eating habits. Ask Nina and Jeff, two energetic mini-monsters who live in a garden full of wonderfully nutritious goodies. In To The Garden, these adorable little fiends cultivate a love of fruits and vegetables through fun-filled songs, rhymes and quizzes. “What is that orange thing buried in the ground?” “What are those red balls doing up in that tree?” They plant, hoe, harvest, and picnic their way to teaching kids the importance of fresh produce for a healthy diet. To The Garden makes small appetites grow monstrous for nature’s bounty.

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