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Hello Autumn

By |October 23rd, 2019|JP's Peace Love & Happiness Foundation, Over-the-Rhine People's Garden|

Peace from Cincinnati, Ohio! Autumn is in full swing in the inner city community garden, Over-the-Rhine People’s Garden. What makes it feel so much like fall, at least for me, is the Three-Sisters garden newly planted this year. Gardeners Jill and Kendra planted a true three-sisters garden filled with just the right ingredients—corn, squash and beans.

Winter is Coming

By |October 17th, 2019|Big Ugly|

Logan County Grow Appalachia Bea Sias Most Gardens are depleted of veggies and the farmers have cleaned their gardens of debris. Gardeners are already preparing for next season. A few gardeners still have a few things that we consider fall or winter late planting. This does not include Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, and different kinds of

Self-seeding Arugula

By |October 15th, 2019|High Rocks|

--Karline Jensen, High Rocks, Hillsboro, WV Look at this beautiful arugula that we didn't plant!  We left a patch of arugula to go to seed over the summer.  When the weather finally cooled off in the fall, all the seeds that had fallen sprouted at the perfect time to become a lush crop that will

Meet Linwood’s new garden coordinator!

By |October 15th, 2019|Linwood|

For this month's blog, I interviewed our new garden coordinator (well....she's so much more than that but that's what I focused on!), Jamie Saunders: Tell me about your job with the WV Food and Farm Coalition and how it ties into Grow Appalachia. I’m a Foodshed Coordinator with WV Food and Farm Coalition. My Foodshed