Garden

New materials are added to a compost pile at Lederer Gardens in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 15, 2020. (Photos by Arielle Bader/George Washington University)

Planet Forward Correspondent | George Washington University
Despite our obsession with food, we throw so much of it away. Learn more about composting, a change you can make at home to help the earth.
SUNY ESF
Rowan Kunz embodies a true environmentalist by demonstrating how intentional living extends beyond the four walls of her self-built tiny home on the edge of the Catskill Mountains.

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Planet Forward Senior Correspondent | GW Law School
People choose not to compost for a variety of reasons, however we have tried to rebut all the major arguments against composting to show you how easy and impactful composting is.
Northwestern University
One culinary intern at Kalu Yala used her time in Panama to improve her personal relationship with food and to get an example of a sustainable food system that contrasts the American food system.
Profile of an Urban Gardener
Profile of an Urban Gardener
Digital Media Producer, Planet Forward
Frank Asher owns Old City Farm and Guild in the D.C. neighborhood of Shaw, a community green space much needed in the concrete jungle of the District. 
University of Mississippi
This is a University of Mississippi student that has started his own personal garden.
University of Florida
Ferns for Feed is a company which installs patent-pending aquaculture systems which have the ability to rapidly sequester carbon. By utilizing the aquatic fern azolla, aquaculture systems become more self sufficient as azolla is capable of purifying... Read More
University of Mississippi
On Sept. 1, the University of Mississippi established a campus garden.
Digital Media Producer, Planet Forward
Victoria Burgos, a student at the University Of Mississippi, championed composting on her campus through a Green Fund.
Deutsche Welle
Once a wasteland in the shadow of the Berlin Wall, a plot of land in the middle of Berlin has been revitalized and converted into an urban mobile farm called “Prinzessinnengarten.” Check it out in our audio slide show.

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