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Bad Soil? Vandalism? No space? Stinky compost bin worries? After this workshop you may be surprised by your ability to garden almost anywhere and solve some common problems! By being a little more prepared for the unexpected and learning some … Continue reading
image from JaneJacobs.biography It is futile to try to evade the issue of unsafe city streets by attempting to make some other features of a locality, say interior courtyards, or sheltered play spaces, safe instead. By definition again, the streets … Continue reading
1. Nutrition 2. Gardner in the Garden 3. Loving the Natural Environment 4. Increased Sensory Experiences 5. Food Security 6. Wonder and Discovery 7. Establish Nature Routines 8. Emergent Learning 9. Community 10. Hard Work Builds Character 3. Loving the … Continue reading
This is the second post in the series: The Top Ten Reasons to Garden with your Children We should spend less time ranking children and more time helping them to identify their natural competencies and gifts and cultivate these. There … Continue reading
I started this as a single post about why you should garden with children but it’s turning out to be too long so I’ve turned it into a series. I personally think that gardening with children is a life-changing event. … Continue reading