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It’s winter. The gardener contemplates chard. One hand…

It’s winter. The gardener contemplates chard. One hand stirs a pot of pumpkin soup (hold-over golden globes from the fall harvest). The other hand turns the page on the 2013 seed catalogue. Applications for garden membership and plots with Bandon Good …

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It’s winter. The gardener contemplates chard. One hand…

It’s winter. The gardener contemplates chard. One hand stirs a pot of pumpkin soup (hold-over golden globes from the fall harvest). The other hand turns the page on the 2013 seed catalogue. Applications for garden membership and plots with Bandon Good …

Continue reading It’s winter. The gardener contemplates chard. One hand…

It’s winter. The gardener contemplates chard. One hand…

It’s winter. The gardener contemplates chard. One hand stirs a pot of pumpkin soup (hold-over golden globes from the fall harvest). The other hand turns the page on the 2013 seed catalogue.

Applications for garden membership and plots with Bandon Good Earth Community Garden are available February 1st at Bandon True Value, Hennick’s Home Center, Bandon Public Library, United Country-Bandon, 101 Plants ‘N Things and more. Membership is $10 and a plot is $10 per gardener. Contact Good Earth President Rushel Reed for more information, 541-297-5806, [email protected]

For timely garden tips and community garden updates, visit Good Earth Community Garden on Facebook.

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Winter Garden News

February cold winter winds blow my bike breaks ice on puzzles still, the green leaves…

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Growing Future Artists (& Vegetables): Lessons from a Community Garden Project

The goal of the 53rd Street Community Garden was to create a sustainable community garden with colorful artistic components and outdoor classrooms. Students would utilize this outdoor space to discover scientific exploration of plants, insects, and animals, while fostering a respect for the neighborhood. Although this project is still pretty fresh and constantly evolving, we […]

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The Relationship Between Innovation and Impact

I was fortunate enough to attend this year’s Americans for the Arts Annual Convention in San Diego. One of the most engaging ideas that I took home with me was the relationship between innovation and impact. We talked about how these two ideas are often assumed to go hand-in-hand and although many innovative ideas do […]

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