2022 in Review

  2022: Year in Review Cheers to another year! It means so much to us (and Easton) when people volunteer, grow their own veggies, and attend events at the gardens.

Winter Floral Wreaths

Winter Floral Wreaths We are so grateful for Krystal Snyder, West Ward resident, Penn State extension educator, and small business owner of Branch & Vine, to lead this festive workshop

Cover Crops & Compost Workshop

More on some of the highlighted fall gardening terms: Climate Zone 6b USDA plant hardiness zones refer to different growing zones across the US - where the lowest low and

Starting garlic

Starting garlic We wrangled some volunteers to plant garlic at our end-of-the-season potluck party in October. Super easy, even the kids helped out for this mini workshop. For starting garlic

West Ward Market recap – August!

West Ward Market Recap: August Week 1: Compost 101 Composting: the process of breaking down food waste & nitrogen-rich refuse ("green" or "wet" materials) with "brown" carbon heavy dry materials

West Ward Market recap – July

  West Ward Market Recap: July Week 1: Veggie Scavenger Hunt This week, we partnered with several produce and food vendors at the market to host an interactive Veggie Scavenger

West Ward Market Recap – June!

  West Ward Market Recap: June Week 1: Milkcrate garden give-away Our annual free milkcrate garden give-away was hosted this year at the West Ward Market. The design is simple,

Fall planting & native flowers

  Fall planting & native flowers This post is interactive! Pick up milkweed & wild bergamot seed packets at Little Free Libraries in front of our 10th & Pine Street

Saving seeds

How to Save Seeds (and the planet) Seed saving is an important step of food sovereignty, the grow-your-own lifestyle, food waste diversion, and thrift. You can watch our quick video

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