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ERC’s fall/winter catalog

ERC’s fall/winter catalog

The Environmental Resource Center’s new fall/winter catalog was recently released. Take some time to find great classes about everything from solar power to monarch tagging to snowshoe weaving…and so much more. And take a gander at the Learning Store’s home page for some related publications.

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We’re having a heat wave!

We’re having a heat wave!

                It’s supposed to get rather toasty today, so it’s odd to discuss heating systems, but we’re very excited about author Scott Sanford’s award for his Energy Efficiency in Greenhouses (A3907) series. Sanford received the Education Aids Blue Ribbon Award from the American Society of Agricultural and Biological […]

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Community Gardens—Where People…

The concept of a community garden often varies from person to person and community to community. In Community Gardens—Where People and Plants Come Together (A3905-01), you’ll learn about the many types of community gardens and the many benefits research shows they offer individuals and communities. Also included are things to consider before starting a garden […]

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Starting a Community Garden

Learn how to determine what type of garden you’ll build, identify resources and tools, build a committed team of volunteers, and select an appropriate site. This publication also touches on how to get started, manage the garden, educate gardeners, and forge connections within the community (7 pages; 2011). Starting a Community Garden is the second […]

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