The Resilient Gardener is a personal revelation about “All-American food security,” and a clarion call to action.
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Master Gardener Jen Aron gets a head start by planting some lettuce seeds in a few seed trays for her winter garden.
OSU’s Community and Urban Horticulturist, Weston Miller, demonstrate ways to extend the growing season by planting earlier, and growing later in the season.
February 08, 2010 If you are a food grower, it’s that time of year, again! Either you’re anxiously awaiting your seed order delivery, or you’re still pondering what will I grow this year. It doesn’t really matter if you only have a few pots on the patio or several beds in the backyard…planning and planting […]
Master Gardener Jen Aron talks about her favorite cover crop: buckwheat.
Master Gardener Jen Aron talks about the different insectary plants she has in her garden, and the beneficial insects they attract.
This page contains seed resources including a library which house local seed supplies well suited to a region.
it was a MBA course assignment that inspired them to create a set of interlocking garden blocks to make a raised garden bed.
From the time I could walk and have my toes in the dirt, I knew food came from a real place and required effort to obtain.
These posts are for when Spring is in the air or just around the corner.
In this Growing Fresh Food video, OSU Master Gardener Jen Aron talks about caring for potatoes.
Short on growing space? This is a great way to grow a ‘salad’ most anywhere!
For those with little direct gardening experience, this introductory video will help you choose the right garden tools to properly manage your vegetable garden.
From growing fresh food to opening minds to new ways of thinking, First Lady Michelle Obama has cultivated something special from the White House Garden.
Weston Miller, an OSU Extension Service Community and Urban Horticulturist, shares 12 garden planning tips to help you make the most out of your growing season.
January 12, 2011 As you might imagine with any large urban metro area with over 6 million residents, there exists an ongoing challenge of what to do with all the waste. The St. Petersburg Urban Garden Club (in Russia) set out to create something that was more ecological and also gave something of great value […]
Harvesting and saving seeds is an important aspect of backyard farming for professional gardner, Donna Smith.
Weston Miller, Oregon State University’s Community and Urban Horticulturist, demonstrates best practices for transplanting vegetable starts in your garden.
Chef Kurt Michael Friese, owner and publisher of Edible Iowa River Valley, writes about the importance of school gardens and what children may learn from doing so.
This is an instruction set how to build your own food garden cold frame based upon a roughly 8 foot by 6 food raised garden bed.