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

Intro to our 6 Community Gardens

Intro to our 6 Community Gardens Situated in different neighborhoods across Easton, our 6 community gardens provide city residents with fresh, culturally relevant fruits and vegetables, safe recreational green spaces,

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