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Veggie-packed Garden Recipes

Veggie-packed Garden Recipes Have you stopped by Vegetables in the Community at the 10th & Pine garden this season to pick up some of our garden goodie bags? Many give-aways include veggie-packed recipe ideas. Haven't had a chance to swing by the stand, but interested in what's there? Our recipes are below! Quick Pickles Zucchini

Earth Day Challenge

Earth Day Challenge We're celebrating Earth Day all month long with a raffle contest highlighting "green" habits in Easton and beyond. Whether you're biking to work, eating local, or cutting down on waste, snap a picture of yourself completing a sustainable habit this month and email it to gardens@eastonpartnership.org for a chance to win a

Recycled Seed Paper Valentines

Recycled Seed Paper Valentines Looking for a sustainable and heartwarming Valentine's Day gift? Upcycled, plantable seed paper was our pick. Craft it at home for a low-waste, eco-friendly present. Your valentine will love it - and they can plant it right outside in the spring for flowers to sprout up. Step 1: Gather your supplies:

Grow your own Microgreens

Grow your own Microgreens Dreaming of summer greens during these cold January days? You can grow microgreens at home, ready to eat in a little over a week! What are microgreens? They're young vegetable and herb plants harvested soon after sprouting that add nutritional, visual, and flavor enhancement. They make beautiful garnishes and can freshen

Sustainable Holiday Crafts

Sustainable Holiday Crafts Brrr... it's officially snowed for the first time this season. Are you looking for a craft to stay warm and cozy indoors? We're feeling festive lately with some sustainable projects from the gardens! Pine cones and dried allium flowers can be decorated with a 1-to-1 part mixture of flour and water, painted

Easton Farmers’ Market POP Club Coordinator, Jenna Galvin, Returns With Easton Garden Works for Summer of ’20

Easton Farmers’ Market POP Club Coordinator, Jenna Galvin, Returns With Easton Garden Works for Summer '20 The strong relationship between the community and the environment is something that not even a pandemic can break. I am incredibly excited and proud to be back with Greater Easton Development Partnership, an organization that continues to enrich their

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