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“Meet Hilary Kearney of Girl Next Door Honey, a local hero for the struggling honeybees across the USA. Bee populations have been on the decline for decades due to pesticides, loss of habitat, and climate change. Hilary is working to raise San Diego’s bee population and spread awareness among her community. She rescues bees, teaches about them, photographs,...

Get seeds & garden supplies delivered to you at just the right time of the year. Fully customized based on your grow zone – garden specs – sunlight – and more.   Join now: https://urbanorganicgardener.cratejoy.com   This is the easiest way to grow an organic garden all-year-round with totally raw un-treated GMO-FREE seeds.   We...

Happy Spring! It’s FINALLY HERE! Time to start planting your spring and summer gardens, regardless of where you live or what type of space you have to work with.When you join the UOG Seed & Garden Club, you are joining a community dedicated to helping you grow organic food all-year-round. Each month you will receive a fully customized collection of totally...

Check out these great inspirational photos we found over at SeedsNow.com! From grow stations built inside of closets, bedrooms and even kitchens…people are starting seeds in every free corner of their home they can find. Happy planting everyone! To read the post, visit: “SeedsNow.com“ ...

By starting your seeds indoors a few weeks before your last frost, you should have plenty of small seedlings ready to be transplanted into your garden beds once planting season begins. To read the full article, visit: “SeedsNow.com“ ...

Calling all Urban Organic Gardener’s! Did you know that right now is the perfect time to start planning your Spring/Summer urban gardens? Our NEXT shipment will feature some of the most popular varieties to grow in warmer weather. Our garden experts will build a custom curated collection of seeds & garden supplies designed around YOU – your grow...

“Space10 wants to change the way we look at what’s on our plates now in preparation for what will potentially appear on our plates in the years to come as the global population increases, the threat of climate change worsens and the old, tried and true methods of food production are rendered unsustainable. And just a heads up: The future of food, as Space10...

“In the small town of Oxford, Kane and Fiona Hogan have transformed their urban 1/2-acre property into abundant organic veggie gardens. Their business Urban Gardener aims to build resilience and food security in their local community.” Find the original video at: “HappyFilms.com“ ...

Raised bed gardens are an easy, manageable, and great way to grow vegetables, herbs, and even ornamentals. Here are 10 great raised bed vegetable garden ideas inspired by Instagram users around the world…” #bedengan #raisedbed #JktBerkebun A photo posted by JAKARTA BERKEBUN (@jktberkebun) on Dec 18, 2016 at 8:58pm PST Raised bed last summer...

“John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to a viewers home to share with you how she is growing food at her Condominium. You will discover how you can grow a lot of food in a small amount of space by using raised beds, containers, pallet garden, wine barrels, greenhouses and much more. You will also learn you can make compost or...

Collect heritage seeds and GROW A GARDEN, ALL-Year-ROUND! Join the club that delivers you garden seeds at just the right time of the year to plant them – hand selected based on your garden specs. Start by telling us a little bit about your garden, preferences, and location. Then, each month we’ll send you a curated collection of heritage garden seeds. Now...

A Super Guide for Beginning Gardeners: Infographic helps take the mystery out of planting your first home garden. It even contains information that can be useful to more experienced gardeners. It is part of a growing body of information from Gardener Corner, and contains ideas and practical tips for that first garden. The term “Victory Garden” originated in World...

“In this episode, you will get a tour of the front yard and back yard of this residential tract home lot. You will discover what is growing and John will share his tips and tricks along the way. You will learn how you can improve how you are growing in raised beds to grow more food in less space. You will also discover the secret to composting in a 3 bin pallet...

Photo by Nathalie Priem Photography – Discover traditional landscape design inspiration 10. Lush backyard getaway. This leafy retreat in the Pimlico neighborhood of London feels hidden, thanks to a slatted screen at the back of the garden and mature trees, vines and shrubbery on either side. Bamboo, grown in brick planters toward the back, offers a quick-growing...

A video survey of urban agriculture and community gardening in Atlanta. This story was featured on “This is Atlanta with Alicia Steele,” a Telly Award-winning and Emmy-nominated magazine show on PBA, Atlanta’s PBS Station. View more from “This is Atlanta” at http://www.pba.org/atlanta. ...

“If we want to help make urban farms viable we must discourage lawns, mandate composting, bring back home-ec, and treat farmland like it’s valuable—and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.” What we could be doing is: -Invest in Training Urban Farmers -Bring Back Ag Education and “Home Economics” -Make Land Available to Farmers -Invest in...

The “Nursery Fields Forever”, a part farm and part school offers three approaches to learning: learning from nature, learning from technique, and learning from practice. “We think that kids should enjoy nature,” said Edoardo Capuzzo Dolcetta to Fast Company. “So we designed this strange school: No classrooms, but open spaces where vegetables grow inside...

DEADLINE! To receive a shipment for JANUARY you MUST join before 1/04/17 at 11:59pm PST. When you join the UOG Seed & Garden Club, you are joining a community dedicated to helping you grow organic food all-year-round.  Each month you will receive a fully customized collection of totally raw un-treated GMO-FREE Heirloom seeds and garden supplies. Everything...

“Now, at 14 years old, Katie has established Katie’s Krops. Not only does she provide fresh garden vegetables to the hungry in her community, she teaches other kids around the country how to do the same. Katie’s Krops has raised over $200,000 to help kids ages 9-16 grow vegetable gardens for the hungry in their communities.” View the full article...