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Give The Hard-Shelled Bushel Gourd A Head Start

The bushel gourd and its relatives need time and space to thrive, but, once dried, the wood-like gourd can be used for a variety of purposes.

Brick Street Farms Breaks New Ground In The Urban Hydroponic Scene

Founder Shannon O’Malley tells us how Brick Street Farms is able to farm the equivalent of 48 acres of land in one third of a parking lot.

Add Radishes, Other Brassicas To Your Cover Crop Mix

Blending old cover crop standbys, like radishes, in new ways can help to protect your soil and fix specific problems.

BIPOC Farmers: Apply Now through March 31 For Organic Farming Micro-grants

Black, indigenous and people of color can now access funding for potential farm projects through BIPOC Farmer Micro-grants offered by the Rodale Institute, which also features programs for veterans and health care workers.

Roses, Tomatoes & Cucamelons Are All In The Mix At Brooklyn Rooftop Botanicals

Liana Blomquist tells us how she successfully graduated from dabbling with a windowsill box to running a rooftop gardening business.

Don’t Be Afraid To Forage Hedgehog Mushrooms

Hedgehog mushrooms are easy to learn for new foragers and have a sweet, slightly nutty taste. So don't be afraid—they're worth seeking out.

New Regenerative Farm Certification In The Works

A Greener World's regenerative agriculture pilot program places environmental sustainability, animal welfare and human equity issues front-and-center on the farm.

Grow This Unusual Host Plant To Attract Pipevine Swallowtails

The vibrant black-and-blue butterflies aren't as common as they once were, but it's not too late to help pipevine swallowtails by establishing plants for food and shelter.


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