Congratulations to Milwaukee’s Will Allen for his 2008 MacArthur "Genius" Award! And here’s the NYTimes story about it.
On June 29 the Slow Flower Summit is happening in Washington, D.C.! The website tells us: Developed and produced by Debra Prinzing and Slow Flowers LLC, this one-day...
In a recent column, Washington Post gardening columnist Adrian Higgins addressed the long-hallowed “thriller/filler/spiller” theory of container gardening. He defended it and debunked it...
Looking for inspiration and information? Catch a glimpse of Kentucky’s Secret Gardens. Author Tavia Cathcart Brown hosts the documentary, sponsored by Kentucky Education Television...
Growing Power has to be one of the truly most deserving recipients of these grants. Last month I posted a poem from one of the folks at Growing Power that he’d sent me in the spring. I waited all summer for the perfect tomato moment since that was the topic. Here’s the link for anyone who likes tomatoes and poetry:
I found him articulate and persuasive. I was particularly amazed at his trust that walls and fences are not necessary. He just expects (as he should) everyone will be honest. I find very few people in any setting behaving with that faith in the basica goodness of humanity.
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