1. Enterprise Gardens


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    More than just a school garden... Enterprise Gardens is an innovative garden-based educational program teaching kids about health, science, sustainability and entrepreneurship. Connecting kids and families to food in a real way. http://www.kidswellcare.com/enterprise-gardens

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    • 20150515 My Green Gardening Diaries


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      My Green Gardening Diaries is on 2015/05/15 greengardenworld.com/diaries/

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      • Nikon D750: The Wind Vane


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        Our garden wind vane shot with the Nikon D750.

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        • Vacant Lot Initiative | Real Food Media Contest Film Library


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          Real Food Media Contest Film Library: www.realfoodmedia.org Sustainable farming blossoms in Phoenix, Arizona. Credits: Connor Willey - Director, Filmer, Editor This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/

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          • Mujawooja Trailer


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            • Plants for Pollinators


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              A short animation exploring bees, the decline in the pollinator population, effects this has on us, and things we can do in our own gardens to help them survive!

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              • 20150514 My Green Gardening Diaries


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                My Green Gardening Diaries is on 2015/05/14 greengardenworld.com/diaries/

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                • Soil and Water Conservation Training Package: Session 3 Water Harvesting and Storage


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                  In semi-arid and arid environments, the capture and storage of water is crucial for successful agricultural production. Many of the techniques for doing this are simple to execute and able to be carried out by small-scale farmers. This session will present the basic principles of water capture and storage and discuss a few techniques in detail. The goal is to give participants the background they need to be able to assist agriculturalists in choosing the most effective measures to manage water and implement them.

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                  • Soil and Water Conservation Training Package: Session 2 Soil Conservation


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                    Soil erosion is a serious global issue and is growing in significance as the world’s human population continues to increase. As soil continues to wash or blow away, people find it increasingly difficult to grow enough food. Many sites, indeed, become so degraded that they can support virtually no plant growth at all. Soil erosion is pervasive everywhere and Volunteers are extremely likely to encounter it. They can help reduce erosion by implementing relatively simple measures; so, given this and the impact erosion has on human welfare and environmental health, it is often worthwhile for Volunteers to consider confronting erosion during their Peace Corps service. This session will help them do so.

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                    • Soil and Water Conservation Training Package: Session 1 Introduction to Soil


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                      Maintaining soil that provides maximum plant productivity is essential if people are going to grow enough food, maintain natural habitats, and rehabilitate degraded land. People need to ensure that soil not only contains sufficient plant nutrients, but also stores adequate water and provides a good habitat for a host of soil fauna. This session will introduce fundamental soil science so that participants will subsequently be able to understand how to successfully encourage the creation of healthy soils.

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