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  • Grow LA Victory Garden Classes Fall 2016This fall I will be teaching the beginning gardening classes again at Greystone Mansion. In case any of you missed a class or would like to recommend to friends or family please see info below. Grow LA Victory Garden Classes Fall 2016 The Grow LA Vic...
  • Zucchini Noodles aka Zoodles
    on Jul 20, 2016 in Recipes
    Summertime means excess zucchini. If you’re looking for new recipes then try this- zoodles. Zoodles are strands of zucchini cut in the shape of pasta noodles. They are highly nutritious, gluten free, and much less caloric than regular spaghetti...
  • Grasshoppers in the GardenGrasshoppers are a nuisance. They feed on the green leaves of young plants and can defoliate an entire plant if left unchecked. Barriers can be used to keep grasshoppers aways from your plants. One remedy is a cage made from window screen. The holes...
  • Pickled Purple Cauliflower
    on Apr 30, 2016 in Recipes cauliflower
    A few months ago I wrote about the health benefits of purple cauliflower. Today I want to share with you one very tasty and visually beautiful way to enjoy it. This is Purple Pickled Cauliflower or Pickled Purple Cauliflower (which name do you like...
  • Introducing Beanstalk SeedsAre you looking for a fun way to get your kids outside? Do you want to engage them with nature? Teach them how to love fresh vegetables? Beanstalk Seeds is a new seed company specializing in seeds for children’s gardening! With exciting seeds, incl...
  • Skinny Plants
    on Feb 11, 2016 in Healthy Eating
    Please share. The post Skinny Plants appeared first on School Garden Weekly.
  • Purple Cauliflower
    on Feb 5, 2016 in Healthy Eating cauliflower
    Ever hear the dictum, Eat Your Colors? The reasoning is that colorful fruits and vegetables contain various nutrients that are vital for good health. According to Wellness Today: Green foods contain chlorophyll; Yellow foods are rich in Vitamin C; Or...
  • Butterflies and Caterpillars in the Garden
    on Dec 16, 2015 in Instructional Activities butterfly
    If you want to attract something like this, a swallowtail butterfly, your going to have to put up with caterpillars, which are swallowtails in the larva stage. Caterpillars can do enormous damage to a vegetable garden. They are voracious eaters. In t...
  • Middle School Nutrition and Garden Curriculum
    on Nov 21, 2015 in Curriculum garden books
      Diggin It! is a Middle School Nutrition and Garden Curriculum created by Nutritionist & Certified Health Coach, Jill Parsh. This 100+ page pdf is available as a free download by simply clicking the link above. As owner of Food for Health,...
  • Job Opening – Director Position – Seeds to Plate Program
    on Nov 13, 2015 in Instructional Activities job
    Job Opening: Director Position, Seeds to Plate Program at Mark Twain Middle School, Los Angeles, CA About Us The Seeds to Plate Program aims to create and maintain a school garden that is integrated into the academic environment, promote a healthy f...
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