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The Latest:

* Garden Share Program - Sponsor a low-income family to receive a weekly box of fresh produce

*  Jr. Gardener's 2015 Summer Camp @ Needham Elementary this July! Register your child today!

*  Ohana Kuleana Community Garden 2015 Workshop Series - 8 workshops March through October - RSVP online!

*  Check the Education & Events page for upcoming 2015 events and workshops

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What's Growing Blog

KDUR Interview - June 9, 2015Rachel Perrault interviews Sandhya Tillotson and Brooke Frazer with The Garden Project

"Fungi are the beginning and the end to this whole system." -Travis Custer The decomposers of our world, fungi will eat anything that was once living and is now dead...wood chips, carboard, even cotton cloth. DID YOU KNOW?: There are over 270 known species of mushrooms that have medicinal properties...

Permaculture is for everyone. That's what I left the Colorado Permaculture Convergence with this weekend. As we experience this changing climate, shortage of water, excess of waste, and degradation of our beautiful land and wonderful communities permaculture provides a guiding path to action. Permaculture is the philosophy of working with...