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October 16, 2017

Just because there’s now a nip in the air, doesn’t mean it has to be the end of your growing season! There are plenty of methods to extend your growing season into those brisk fall months before putting your garden to bed for the winter. Here are some we recommend:


October 1, 2017

Seaweed is every beachgoer's nightmare, but every gardener's dream. Many amateur gardeners aren’t aware of how valuable this kelpie-concoction is to their beds. So here is the rundown of why seaweed acts as such great mulch:

  • Layered in a new bed along with soil, com...

September 4, 2017

The American Community Gardens Association visited southeastern Connecticut for a scenic and educational three-garden bus tour leaving from Hartford, CT on Saturday, July 29th. The tour, organized by the Eastern Connecticut Community Gardens Association (ECCGA), visite...

August 28, 2017

The six-acre property in quaint Noank, the former location of the Noank Elementary School, is preserved with the intent to create a community garden where grown produce can be donated to local food centers. With 48.8 MILLION Americans food insecure worldwide, we jump a...

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