TagsGardening

Tag: gardening

Fresh produce on chopping block

Farm to Families program at NKCDC location no longer in operation, other options being exploredBy Melissa KomarEach week for approximately seven years, residents in the River...

From the country to the city

Courtney Eshleman’s Show Us Your Bloom’s winning urban gardenBy Tom BeckCourtney Eshleman got it from her mom.“My mom has massive gardens,” Eshleman said. “They’re beautiful. She’s really...

From topsoil to top garden

Family on York Street maintains expansive garden of shrubs, flowers and edibles on formerly empty spaceBy Melissa KomarFor Jacelyn Blank, there really was no way to...

Changes cropping up at Emerald Street Community Farm

Thanks to a successful fundraiser and volunteers, new fixtures will be added to the farm this growing seasonBy Melissa KomarFruits, vegetables and herbs won’t be the...

Winterizing your rain barrel

Rain Check provides tips for keeping rain barrel in good condition during cold weatherBy Melissa KomarAs temperatures continue to drop and snow continues to fall in...

Opportunities abound for involvement at Powers Park

Powers Park Conservancy adds another initiative for community involvement at Port Richmond parkBy Melissa KomarPowers Park has become an outdoor hub of activities for the Port...

From trash to tire garden treasure

Olde Richmond Civic Association Green Streets turns tire dumping issue into garden beautification project at intersection of Aramingo and Lehigh avenuesThomas and ORCA secretary Dan...

Growing stewardship in Orkney Park

Community members come together to raise funds to maintain green space near the parkBy Lindsey NolenWhat better way to spend the summer solstice than by enjoying...

River Wards greens spaces in the spotlight

Neighborhood Gardens Trust to highlight green spaces in the River Wards during citywide eventBy Melissa KomarThe Neighborhood Gardens Trust will host its 4th annual Community Gardens...

A flower farm blooms in Kensington

Jig-Bee stems from neighborly idea.By Lindsey NolenPassing down the streets of Kensington, vacant lots filled with overgrown weeds and trash are visible left and right....
- Advertisment -

Most Read