In honor of this past week being National Pollinator Week, here are some fun facts about pollinators, and 3 easy steps you can take to help the save bees! (...and so many more) Why are pollinators so important? Between 75% - 90% of plants need help flowering from pollinators! That means they
Children's Garden Treasure Hunt Each week at the Vegetables in the Community event, Easton Garden Works offers children's grab-and-go activity bags. Our theme this week was "Outdoor Adventure," so we created a treasure hunt for the kids to complete at the 10th & Pine Street Garden! This treasure hunt leads kids around the garden showing
Milk Crate Container Gardens Watch this short video to see how we made our Milk Crate Gardens! Easton Garden Works had the pleasure of partnering with Easton Public Market's Highmark Farmstand and Homestead Coffee Roasters to bring together the Milk Crate Container Gardens for our Easton community. With Highmark Farmstand's donation of milk crates and Homestead Coffee Roaster's donation
Giving Back to the Easton Community We are so grateful to have teamed up with the West Ward Community Initiative and the Easton Area Community Center to give back to our local community. Every Monday and Wednesday from 5-6:30pm, the community center will be handing out free to-go meals to any family of any size,
Black Lives Matter Easton Garden Works, and our parent organization GEDP, support the crucial efforts towards racial equity in Easton and beyond. We stand with the Black community, and welcome all feedback to better serve our community gardeners and City. The pain of this nation and our community caused by a history of systemic inequality
Children’s Homemade Binoculars Make your next outdoor adventure more exciting with your own personalized binoculars! This is a perfect craft for utilizing supplies you have at home and makes a great activity for exploring nature. Materials: •Toilet paper tubes (2) or a paper towel roll cut in half •Tape or glue •Hole puncher •Decoration-
Children's Activity: My Nature Journal Despite all of the changes to this year’s events, we strive to continue many of our activities virtually. Each week we will be posting children’s activities to get kids outside and active with fun, nature-oriented activities to do at home. To start off the season, today we have My Nature Journal.