Beverly Hills Television has premiered my first video in an ongoing series. Follow along as we go through all the necessary steps on how to grow fruits and vegetables in your own backyard, or on a balcony or patio. Here in Southern California, we are blessed with sunshine nearly every day and we have mild […]
Welcome back teachers and students. September in a school garden is one of our busiest times. We need to get started quickly to insure a harvest before the long winter break. For those without a school garden the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has written an extensive online manual, Setting up and […]
The Earth Day Network Organization worked with Cesar Chevez Elementary School in Hyattsville, Md. to construct the ultimate sustainable garden on the school grounds. The Ultimate School Garden from Nathasha Lim on Vimeo.
I love a good success story, especially one that includes overcoming obstacles and coming out on top. These are the stories that are a joy to publish. Theresa Loe had been trying for three years to install a school garden at Center Street Elementary School in El Segundo, CA. In light of recent cutbacks she […]
End of summer also means end of the cycle. Plants have flowered, fruited and are putting out seeds to ensure their survival. Students returning at the start of the new term should be on the lookout for seed-bearing fruits and dried flower heads.