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University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service agent Heidi Rader gives some tips for gardening in Alaska. Here's a Cooperative Extension Service publication related to this topic: HGA-00134 – 16 Easy Steps to Gardening in Alaska – http://www.uaf.edu/ces/pubs/catalog/detail/index.xml?id=164
This project has been developed for AEC 3070 in Spring 2012. Is a video part of a promotional kit about the UF Organic Garden Cooperative in Gainesville, Florida, which is featured at http://growcommunity.net, as an important resource for students and community members to learn about practices that enhance community values.
University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service agent Heidi Rader gives some quick tips on gardening in Alaska. High tunnels are an excellent way to extend and optimize growing conditions for Alaska’s cold and short growing seasons. Here's Cooperative Extension Service publications and websites related to this topic: http://akhightunnels.org/ - Monitoring Impacts of High Tunnels on Growing Conditions and Season Extension in Southcentral Alaska https://projects.sare.org/sare_project/fw12-046/ Hoop Houses in Alaska: Twenty Questions and Answers to Get You Started: HGA-00028 Controlling the greenhouse environment http://www.uaf.edu/files/ces/publications-db/catalog/anr/HGA-00336.pdf Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) High tunnel Program http://bit.ly/2nogCmu
The Gloria Quintanilla Women’s Cooperative has been organized for 8 years under a working group of 39 women from the community of Santa Julia, Nicaragua. The cooperative has been organized with the intention of creating programs for social development that bring positive effects to the living standards of the community. In 2016, Casa-Pueblito and the Gloria Quintanilla Women’s Cooperative built 4 community gardens. Here, cooperative members are growing a variety of vegetables for the community. Over the past three years, Santa Julia has been experiencing food shortages and poor agricultural production due to the El Niño drought in Central America.The construction of community gardens provides food security and sovereignty for the community. In 2016, Robert F. Hall Secondary School tra...
http://www.basinelectric.com http://basinelectric.wordpress.com Fresh, green, tasty veggies straight from the garden- It's something unfortunately not everyone has access to. But Basin Electric wants to help. The cooperative has planted its first cooperative garden on Headquarters lawn, called Basin's Backyard Garden and much of the produce will be given to local food pantries and other charitable feeding organizations through the Hunger Free ND Garden Project. North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring stopped by to visit the garden and talk about the program. (Doug Goehring) And what we've seen over a period of time is that about 1 in 10 North Dakotans go to bed hungry and what's more sad is that 40% of those are children. We'll take anything from a head of lettuce to 2, 3,...
Shawn Banks from the Johnston County Center of the NC Cooperative Extension Service is with Phil Rocheleau showing how to build a square foot garden. This can be used to grow vegetables in very little space. For more information on topics like this one, please visit NC Cooperative Extension on the web at http://www.ces.ncsu.edu
Gardening in a smaller way but for more intensive purposes. Its about seeing what works where and what works well together.
With careful planning your backyard can become a wildlife haven, attracting such beneficial animals as songbirds, frogs, bats, ladybugs and butterflies. We head out to the Hillsborough County Cooperative Extension to find out all the facts.
Take a look as we document the progress of our Amelia County Extension demonstration garden throughout 2014, some of challenges we encountered, and the outcome at the end of the summer. We used the garden for a variety of educational workshops and activities for youth and adults. For more information about Virginia Cooperative Extension in your area or to find your local agents, visit http://www.ext.vt.edu/.
UC Cooperative Extension - Sonoma County Master Gardeners - Growing a thriving vegetable garden with less water. The VEd Series is presented by U.C. Cooperative Extension Funding for this series was generously provided by: The County Of Sonoma Special Thanks To: Sonoma County Master Gardeners, Food Gardening Specialists Quetzal Farms, Kevin Mc Ennis Gene Harlan, DMV Emma Briggs Shone Farm UCCE Master Gardener Coordinator: Mimi Enright UCCE Farm Advisor for Sonoma & Marin Counties: Paul Vossen UC Cooperative Extension County Director: Stephanie Larson, Ph.,D. Produced by: EustonProductions.com
CCE Nassau features Community Gardens in clearly divided raised-bed plots available for seasonal licensing at an annual cost of $75, selected by lottery, which includes the garden, a horticultural membership, free plant diagnostic and soil testing (pH and salinity) services. We provide education and access to gardening for those who might not otherwise have access to gardening space, such as the elderly, apartment dwellers and recent immigrants. We created a children's garden in 2013 with East Meadow teachers, students and the local Kiwanis Club, featuring daffodils and other bulb flowers that represent East Meadow school colors. Flower and vegetable gardens were established in dedicated community garden beds with onions and garlic planted for a spring harvest. Two persimmon trees were ...
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University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service agent Heidi Rader gives some tips for gardening in Alaska. Here's Cooperative Extension Service publications related to this topic: All of the gardening publications: http://bit.ly/2ayIn6S Canning Low Acid Foods – Vegetables and Meat: Lesson 4 – FNH-00562D: http://www.uaf.edu/ces/pubs/catalog/detail/index.xml?id=374 Home Freezing of Vegetables – FNH-00264: http://www.uaf.edu/ces/pubs/catalog/detail/index.xml?id=335 Sauerkraut – FNH-00170: http://www.uaf.edu/ces/pubs/catalog/detail/index.xml?id=323 Vegetable Storage in Root Cellars – HGA-00331: http://www.uaf.edu/ces/pubs/catalog/detail/index.xml?id=223
Jacob, Brady, and Joe use cups and mugs to trim the hedges and weed out the bad plants in this episode of Cuphead! Join us for live streaming on Twitch or keep up-to-date through Facebook and Twitter: http://www.Twitch.tv/CatalystsGaming http://www.facebook.com/CatalystsGaming http://www.twitter.com/CatalystsGaming All copyrighted gameplay, music, and content are property of their respective owners. Outro Music "Shiny Tech" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Cornell Garden-Based Learning leads Fiona and Lori discuss the plans for the 2017 Vegetable Variety Trial Gardens (VVTG). This statewide project is a companion program to Vegetable Varieties for Gardeners (VVfG) for our Cornell Cooperative Extension associations and community partners from around New York State who are cultivating vegetable demonstration gardens as outdoor classrooms for their communities. Find out more at: http://gardening.cals.cornell.edu/citizen-science/ Recorded on December 8, 2016. Run time is about 22 minutes.
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University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service agent Heidi Rader gives some tips for gardening in Alaska. In this episode: How does Terry Reichardt grow and store enough food for her family each year in Interior Alaska’s short growing season? Learn about how Terry tests and chooses varieties, controls pests, and maximizes our short growing season each year. Here's Cooperative Extension Service publications related to this topic: Home Gardening publications: http://www.uaf.edu/ces/pubs/catalog/detail/index.xml?subtopic=Horticulture%20and%20Home%20Gardening
Soil Amendments & Veganic, Organic Options with Dessert Horticulture Expert Bob Morris If you want to grow YOUR OWN FOOD (fruits, nuts and vegetable), and you live in a desert (we live in Las Vegas part of the Mojave desert), I recommend you get experienced advice from local experts. Bob Morris is just such and expert with over 40 years of experience. He is currently a desert horticulture consultant and an Associate Professor with the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension. In this interview you will learn how to test and amend various types of desert and garden soil with some of the products from http://ViraGrow.com We covered only vegan and organic products. 02:22 Simple Soil Evaluation 07:30 Soil Amendment - Compost quantity (How much compost to add to soil) 11:23 Soil Amendmen...
University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service agent Heidi Rader gives some quick tips on gardening in Alaska. Home economist Leslie Shallcross joins Heidi for this last session for the 2017 growing season. They discuss different ways to preserve the vegetables you've grown. Here's Cooperative Extension Service publications related to this topic: Storing Vegetables and Fruits at Home – EB-01326 – http://www.uaf.edu/ces/pubs/catalog/detail/index.xml?id=582 Home Freezing of Vegetables – FNH-00264 – http://www.uaf.edu/ces/pubs/catalog/detail/index.xml?id=335 Sauerkraut – FNH-00170 – http://www.uaf.edu/ces/pubs/catalog/detail/index.xml?id=323 Pickles and Relishes: Lesson 6 – FNH-00562F – http://www.uaf.edu/ces/pubs/catalog/detail/index.xml?id=376 Drying Fruits and...
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University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service agent Heidi Rader gives some quick tips on gardening in Alaska. This week Dr. Nathan Belz talks about the UAF Community Garden— including how the garden is managed and laid out. Here's Cooperative Extension Service publications related to this topic: Community Gardens in Alaska - HGA-00029 - http://www.uaf.edu/ces/pubs/catalog/detail/index.xml?id=456 Community Gardening Toolkit - HGA-00906 - http://www.uaf.edu/ces/pubs/catalog/detail/index.xml?id=579
This virtual farm tour to Sunset Flower Farm in Belleplain, NJ, interviews a farmer, a consumer and an expert, see how cut flowers are grown, see what buyers look for and hear from an expert about any specific difficulties a crop may pose. Learn more about the Rutgers Cooperative Extension Ultra-Niche Crops project here: https://njaes.rutgers.edu/ultra-niche-crops/
The Independent | 26 May 2018
The Independent | 26 May 2018