16 Apr, 2019

Featured Blog by Dr. Kate Neale: Gardening for Wellbeing

16 Apr, 2019

Ever since it occurred to me how much being in my garden brought me joy, I’ve been slightly obsessed with pursuing research on the links between gardening and wellbeing. As I was finishing my Ph.D., days on the computer were long. I sat mostly idle in quiet spaces, tapping...

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To Every Season…or Welcome Winter?

As my love of gardening has grown, I’ve come to despise cold weather.  Watching plants shrivel and die is akin to watching someone you love walk away.  Sure…you know they’ll be back, but the knowledge of their departure hits you in the feels.  Although I know winter is a...

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You’re never too busy to garden…6 gardening ideas that don’t take a lot of time

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By Teresa Brown Excuses are like belly buttons–we all have one. The most frequent excuse I hear for why someone doesn’t garden, is lack of time. But, being a busy working single Mom of two, I easily pop a pin in that balloon of an excuse. Yes, some plants...

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19 Sep, 2018

Learning While Growing | Interview with Sonya Harris of the Bullock Garden Project – THE SAGE

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19 Sep, 2018

We talked to Sonya Harris, founder of the Bullock Garden Project, to discuss our Garlic Garden Giveaway program and the importance of growing in schools. — Read on blog.gardenuity.com/sonya-harris-interview/

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28 Aug, 2018

The Importance of Engaging Children with Nature – A few observations from experiential learning

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28 Aug, 2018

By Teresa Brown Children are wonderful teachers.  With the experiences they have in nature, they are able to help understand the world around them, how they fit into this world, and the complexity and evolving connectivity of Earth and all living and non-living things.  The understanding they have of...

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