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Winter Articles and Activities

Thanksgiving Day dinner is a meal laden with food traditions. There’s turkey, of course, along with stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberries, candied yams, and pumpkin pie. But how many of these traditions were passed down from the feast...
Work together as a family in the garden. Let children explore different plants and perhaps even try a few edibles! Fall reminds us of the seasonal nature of gardens. The vegetables,flowers,herbs, and fruits we nurtured all summer have...
What's growing in your backyard? You don't have to travel far to make botanical discoveries. Perhaps you've wondered what type of tree is growing in your backyard or discovered a beautiful new flower blooming in your perennial bed....

Spring Articles and Activities

What's growing in your backyard? You don't have to travel far to make botanical discoveries. Perhaps you've wondered what type of tree is growing in your backyard or discovered a beautiful new flower blooming in your perennial bed....

Summer Articles and Activities

What's growing in your backyard? You don't have to travel far to make botanical discoveries. Perhaps you've wondered what type of tree is growing in your backyard or discovered a beautiful new flower blooming in your perennial bed....
  It can be difficult to get motivated about maintaining the yard and garden during one of the hottest and driest summer months. There are definite dangers for young children during the most intense temperatures of the day. You can...

Fall Articles and Activities

In most parts of the country, fall is the perfect time to plant trees and shrubs. The soil is still warm enough for roots to become established before winter sets in, but deciduous trees and shrubs have dropped their leaves and require no...
It's August and blazing hot, and your kids may be more interested in the local swimming hole than they are in the garden. But in just a few weeks, autumn temperatures will bring relief and, for some folks, an end to the growing season. The...
tomato hornwormThere's nothing more frustrating than working hard with your child or grandchild to build and plant a garden, only to have pests munch your prized plants before you can. Insect pests can ruin the party by devouring the...
Compost pockets in the top layer of this lasagna bed await transplantsIt's not too late to grow a garden this summer. Here's a great idea for building a raised-bed garden that won't break your back and gets your kids interested in...
We all know we should eat more fruits and vegetables. It's estimated that as many as 90 percent of Americans don't eat the USDA's recommended number of servings of vegetables and fruits each day. One way to instill healthy eating habits at...

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