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Left unchecked, fast-growing vines can take over—and kill—otherwise healthy trees. Here's how to eliminate them for good.

Author Interview: “The Climate Change Garden”

In The Climate Change Garden: Down to Earth Advice for Growing a Resilient Garden, authors Sally Morgan and Kim Stoddart provide timely advice.

Upgrade Your Greenhouse With Smart Devices

A smart greenhouse can be set up and controlled with a few common smart devices and an online service like IFTTT. Here's how to upgrade your indoor growing!

Plant Native Milkweed Now To Help Monarch Butterflies Next Spring

Grow native milkweed to help monarch butterflies! Cold stratification is essential for good germination rates—and simple when you let Mother Nature do the work.

Growing For Academic Achievement At Urban Roots Teaching Farm

Jenny Angius from the Reno-based nonprofit organization Urban Roots Teaching Farm tells us about learning lessons through gardening.

Flowers, Succulent Pumpkins Star At Midtown Bramble & Bloom

Marisa Mender-Franklin, owner of Memphis micro-flower farm Midtown Bramble & Bloom, tells us how flowers help to build community.

Getting The Lead Out On Urban Farm, Garden Soil

Study shows guidance on garden soil contaminants such as lead is inconsistent—or missing altogether—but urban growers can take action.

Rodale Institute 9-Month Farmer Training Internships Are Now Available!

The Rodale Institute is currently accepting applications for its comprehensive regenerative farming program with an eye toward equipping new organic farmers.

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