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Growing Together Texas: Non-profit connects communities through food

By Hattie Robb Thanks to Jessica Tullar Caroom’s passion for planting, Lubbock communities and schools are becoming more involved in the region’s food system.   After starting a school garden for Christ the King, Jessica wanted to launch a nonprofit that focuses on helping school and community gardens thrive, especially in lower-income neighborhoods.   “I … Continued

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Spring for your Garden

The cold weather may just be hitting us, but there’s no better time than to start planning for beautiful spring weather. Our favorite part about the springtime is the fresh air and the step back into gardening!   It’s time to plan the day when you get to dig into that soil and plant the … Continued

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Sweet on You, Honey

Love is in the air, but what to get the apple of your eye?! Local Llano is recommending some satisfyingly delightful HONEY this February! Honey is not just a cute pet name for your significant other or a sweet treat. It has a good deal of medicinal value as well as nutritional benefits. Children older … Continued

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Heirlooms of Spring

Spring time is right around the corner and the time to plan your garden is now. This spring consider Heirloom seeds in you garden rotation. Heirloom plants have a reputation for being high quality and easy to maintain. But what are heirloom vegetables? How do these seeds and plants differ from any other garden-variety green?  … Continued

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