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Seed Starting Tips

By |December 20th, 2022|Technical Assistance|

Seed starting tips from our on-farm technicians Too early to start seeds? Maybe, but not too early to start preparing to grow next year’s transplants. It seems to always be a rush in late winter to get all the supplies together for seed starting (especially for high tunnels and spring crops), and timing is everything

“Wrapping up the Year”

By |October 22nd, 2022|Scott County|

This is a shared quote that I read, “A garden return 50 times the investment you put into it. Not just food, but joy, peace and a real connection with creation, A spiritual retreat from a noisy world and a hurried people. Grow a Garden!”           This year has presented a

Preparing for Winter Rest

By |October 22nd, 2022|Uncategorized|

Well it’s officially COLD here in Wheeling. I’ve had to dig out my winter hat and gloves to be outside, my tomato plants have been transferred to the compost pile, and rumor has it that snow was spotted this week. I suspect that our gardeners, like me, will be pulling out their warm weather

Saturday Morning in the Community Garden

By |October 21st, 2022|Over-the-Rhine People's Garden, Uncategorized|

Hello Grow Appalachia friends! Since our last entry the season has turned over to fall, and we are now busy removing the old tomatoes and peppers and adding in new vegetable plants like cabbage, kale, lettuces, peas, radish and many cool weather flowers and tulip bulbs. Garden Club is still meeting up twice a month,

Traditional Medicinal Herb Usage

By |October 20th, 2022|Uncategorized|

This month at Grow Sustainab-LEE, our class on herbs is being presented and it is a topic near and dear to my heart.  I love herbs for so many reasons.  They smell wonderful, usually taste nice, and often can do a lot to help heal minor issues without turning to harsh pharmaceuticals.   In fact, some

Learning New Skills

By |October 15th, 2022|High Rocks|

High Tunnel builds are a common occurrence for organizations that participate in agriculture. Many people feel they could easily fall into place while working on things shown to them in a way that have worked for others in the past. The High Rocks team as a whole are no strangers to high tunnels; we just

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