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Garden Kids Summer Camp

I’m excited to offer two week-long session of camp this summer for kids ages 5 to 9. Details and registration here. 

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Seed Swap Brunch

Saturday, March 2 9:30 am Brunch, 10:30-1 pm Seed Swap Alice Busch’s House – 2224 N Willamette. Portland OR 97217 Free! Details and registration HERE. Get ready for spring and summer by joining our seed swap.  It is intended to help our up … Continue reading

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Plant Sale at Permaculture Rising – This Sunday!

Check out permaculture teacher Marisha Auerbach’s urban homestead and plant sale this Sunday in Southeast Portland. Marisha grows wonderful organic veggie starts, berries, medicinal herbs and more. Find her plant list and information about her garden here. Her partner Zane … Continue reading

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Farming with Friends

A couple years ago I helped my friends Kjell and Kim get started gardening in their back yard in Northeast Portland. They were enthusiastic and had a great first year, but life intervened the next season and it got away … Continue reading

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Greece sounds wonderful right now..

Did you know Portland-based landscape artist Jeffery Bale is in Greece this winter, making things, making friends and seeing beauty wherever he goes? Read his inspiring posts on his blog.  

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Let Me Tell You About Emily’s Garden

I had the pleasure of spending the afternoon in my sister Emily’s garden with our mom and my little boy. Over the past 8 years Emily has transformed a bare double lot in Northern Wisconsin town into a productive edible … Continue reading

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