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Composting at Home – NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
www.dec.ny.gov

Composting at home is relatively easy, even for those who may be unfamiliar with the process. All it takes is a little time, effort and patience.

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10 Vegetables to Grow in the Fall

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Growing Spinach in the Home Garden – Vegetable Gardener
www.vegetablegardener.com

Spinach is a cool-season, annual crop that’s east to grow. Make space for it in your fall or winter garden!

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9 Essential Practices
bonnieplants.com

Organic and Sustainable Gardeners

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Grow vegetables throughout the fall
www.allyou.com

Midsummer is the time to plan for an autumn harvest

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Why Earthworms are Good for Your Garden: Organic Gardening
www.organicgardening.com

Where would we be without the humble earthworm? Find out what these humble creatures are doing for your soil right now.

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Inspiration for a beginning gardener
www.frugallivingnw.com

Guest post by Mavis from OneHundredDollarsAMonth.com. Hi, My name is Mavis, and this summer I am on a mission to grow 2,000 pounds of fruits and vegetables in my backyard. Part of the reason I am embarking on this journey […]

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Seasonal Planting
todaysmama.com

I really, really, really, really, really want to have a green thumb.  But I don’t.  I’m not sure if  people are born with green thumbs or if they develop them with experience.  I’m crossing my fingers for the latter.  But while I wait and hope for my green thumb to grow, I’m going to do […]

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Urban Gardening and Growing Melons – Organic Gardening – MOTHER EARTH NEWS
www.motherearthnews.com

Gardeners don’t need large spaces for growing melons in the city. Urban gardening techniques take advantage of small plots to produce tasty, homegrown fruit that’s been grown organically.

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Edible Peace Patch ties USF with Midtown school gardens
crowsneststpete.com

The outdoor classrooms of schools in Midtown make up three quarters of an acre of farmland. The Edible Peace Patch Project’s Schoolyard Program, consisting

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