GroW Garden

A baby zucchini grows beneath a yellow blossom. (Maja Dumat/Creative Commons)

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The pandemic may have forced you into a new relationship with food. But the food that ends up on your plate has always traveled a complicated, exploitative, and convoluted path to get there.
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Prior to beginning my journey as the premier garden queen in residence of Foggy Bottom, I grew up in the metro Atlanta suburbs with a big backyard and parents who actively promoted the importance of doing chores to a child’s development.
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The urban sustainability project focused on in this video is the GroW Community Garden at The George Washington University. It highlights what happens in the garden, where the produce goes, how to get involved, as well as specifically introducing... Read More
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My video is on the GW GroW Garden and how having a garden on campus has impacted the lives of students, and the community around them.    
Discover barrels of tumbling compost in this selfie video
Discover barrels of tumbling compost in this selfie video
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FEATURED SELFIE: Compost takes a while, and that's a major barrier for most - but what if you could have fresh compost ready in weeks instead of a full season?