By |September 5th, 2022|Johnson County Extension|

Seasons Come and Seasons Go So far this garden season has been a great success! All my participants have really enjoyed the class and have really learned a lot of knowledge through the journey. Coming from the veterinary field, I didn’t know a lot about gardening, and with this program, I have been able to

September Already?!

By |September 3rd, 2022|Henderson Settlement|

We already have Fall plants planted. Most everything harvested already. Our produce is already either shared, eaten, frozen, canned, vacuum sealed, and/or dehydrated. Already working on next years proposal. That is a lot of alreadys but I am sure I have forgotten a few. Like I already miss our meetings and chatting with our

Farms & Events

By |September 2nd, 2022|Uncategorized|

As the main growing season starts to wind down, we at Appalachian Sustainable Development are keeping busy! We have been doing site visits whenever time allows and talking to some amazing gardeners. We are also working on our plan to grow the Grow Your Own program for next year! We recently hosted a "Tomatoes

Five Simple Ways to Use Up Your Garden Tomatoes

By |August 22nd, 2022|Uncategorized|

This month our blog post comes from one of our backyard gardeners, Alex Panas. Alex is the Program Manager for Wheeling Heritage, where she works with artists, small business owners, and community stakeholders to provide technical assistance and create meaningful programs that enhance Wheeling. She also serves as the managing editor for Weelunk, Wheeling Heritage’s

August Heat Wave

By |August 20th, 2022|Uncategorized|

August here at St.Vincent Mission area has been hot and very wet. Several of our gardeners have been dealing with flooding issues in there areas. I was proud to see that our little garden family has pulled together to help each other out. At the beginning of the month we did a class on fall

Harvesting in Big Ugly

By |August 18th, 2022|Big Ugly|

Harvests are coming in strong, and people are busy canning, freezing, and dehydrating food for the coming cool months. People have put away the traditional veggies like corn, peas, beans, but are also putting away soup, slaw, chili makings, salsa, and even pesto. I think we’re going to have a tasty fall and winter!! Gardeners


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