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Kids Pollinator Garden

The use of pesticides has caused a wholesale destruction of insect life, including bees, butterflies, and beneficial insects. Wildflower gardens in residential yards, pollinator habitats on federal land, bee and butterfly habitats on business and school campuses are springing up…

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Kids Wildlife Habitat

Kids can be responsible stewards of the earth by starting in their own yard. Creating a sustainable landscape with low water usage and low maintenance where we live is an attainable goal. Ninety percent of insects are beneficial and aesthetically…

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Kids Biodynamic Garden

Kids can grow abundant food in small spaces with techniques developed over the last century. In the 1920’s the philosopher, Rudolf Steiner, and his followers broke from conventional monoculture row planting and invented a gardening method called biodynamic, using organic…

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Kids Wildflower Seed Balls

Kids can grow native wildflowers and help restore a healthy balance to their local ecosystem. Growing organic native wildflowers saves water, feeds and shelters birds and other wildlife, and attracts beneficial insects with their favorite food. Organic milkweed is the…

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Kids grow Organic

Kids can save the Planet by growing an organic fruit, herb, and veggie garden in the patio, backyard, school, or community garden. Kids can grow their own abundant, cost effective, organic snack bowl of fruits and veggies. Local, fresh, organic…

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Kids Flower Garden

Kids can plant flowers in their organic container herb and veggie garden that grow better when cut often, providing a cutting garden that entices pollinators and garden partners.  Many perennial flowers, like hollyhocks and foxgloves, are beautiful decoration in the…

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Kids Pollinator Garden

Kids can attract butterflies, bees and other pollinators by planting food for them that kids like too. Kids can find a large container, 18 to 24 inches, and fill it with organic potting soil and starter plants: organic strawberry, basil,…

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