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Bounty Farm Demo Garden Update

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I thought I would post a slideshow with an update of the Bounty Farm plot. Now seems like a good time, as I just harvested my first veggies from the plot – some radishes and mustard greens. There are still areas of the garden that have yet to be planted and decisions to be made […]

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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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Laying Mulch Pathways

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On Thursday morning I laid some mulch pathways at the demo garden at Petaluma Bounty’s Farm. Next will be setting up the irrigation.

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November 2009: Planning and Planting for the Winter

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Wintertime is actually the perfect time to start an edible garden. Fava beans and peas are two great winter crops that fertilize (fix nitrogen in) your soil while providing food for the table as well. If you currently have a lawn that you are not using, think about sheet mulching it and planting cover crops […]

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