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Being a Resilient Gardener

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I finally got into the garden after several months of hiatus.  I planted red russian kale, dinosaur kale, swiss chard, an asian pear tree, and bull’s blood beets.  While I was planting, I was excited to find many sun chokes and some russian banana fingerling potatoes under the soil surface (ready to eat).  Sun chokes […]

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350 Garden Challenge: Halt Climate Change with Gardens

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As the edible gardening craze continues, local nonprofits are taking advantage of the momentum to try to install 350 gardens in Sonoma County, California in one weekend (May 15-16). There are now 430 gardens signed up!  iGROW Sonoma is leading the effort with partnering organizations that include: Daily Acts, GoLocal, Living Mandala, School Garden Network, […]

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