The following is an interview with Halton Food Volunteer, George Willms. George has been involved in our community garden with Open Doors at St. Christopher’s Anglican
With the constant heat and drought, it may feel like summer will never end but in five short weeks the kids will be back in school (in some form
The following post was contributed by Milo, an 11-year-old backyard gardener from Oakville. Okay, hi. My name is Milo, and today I’ll be showing you why I like gardening.
The following is an interview with Halton Food Volunteer, Beth Martin. To begin, describe the ways that you are involved in your local community. Oh gosh, I hope
Weeds are plants that are considered undesirable in that particular space. These plants compete with your desired fruit, vegetables, or flowers for nutrients, water, space, and light in
Tomato Resource Guide Originating in South-Central America, there is evidence that tomatoes were used in Aztec cuisine as far back as 700 BC. Today, tomatoes