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What's Happening With The Farm Bill? - Garden Collage Magazine

What's Happening With The Farm Bill? - Garden Collage Magazine

If you're feeling overwhelmed by all the developments that seem to unravel each day, you're not alone. In a recent blog post, the James Beard Foundation put together a guide to surviving the flurry of developments happening in and around the food industry-- especially with regard to the Farm Bill. As Katherine Miller

As the term "organic" increasingly comes into question, more and more alternative food labels are popping up, identifying everything from pollinator-friendly practices to products made from heritage seeds. The latest to draw attention is "regenerative agriculture," which Christopher Collins describes in an article

What is "Regenerative Agriculture"? - Garden Collage Magazine

As the term "organic" increasingly comes into question, more and more alternative food labels are popping up, identifying everything from pollinator-friendly practices to products made from heritage seeds. The latest to draw attention is "regenerative agriculture," which Christopher Collins describes in an article

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Epic 25,000 Square Foot Garden Opens on Rooftop of Montreal Supermarket - Garden Collage Magazine

Supermarkets across North America shelve fruits and vegetables that have been imported from thousands of miles away. Bananas from the Dominican Republic can be found next to avocados from Mexico. But last month, one supermarket in Montreal announced that it will begin importing produce from just a few feet away--

S.P.Y is Creating an Urban Garden for California's Homeless Youth - Garden Collage Magazine

S.P.Y is Creating an Urban Garden for California's Homeless Youth - Garden Collage Magazine

Just a few blocks from Abbot Kinney you’ll find S.P.Y, otherwise known as Safe Place For Youth. Their website reads that their mission is to, “inspire, nurture, and empower the resilient human spirit of homeless youth by providing immediate and lasting solutions, one young person at a time.” They do this by opening

6 Gardens Worth The Detour - Garden Collage Magazine

6 Gardens Worth The Detour - Garden Collage Magazine

If you have plans to hit a major tourist destination this year, why not step off the beaten path by visiting a glorious garden-– a great spot for a hike, a five-senses feast, or an impromptu picnic? Here are six gorgeous stops that are worth the detour: If you’re headed to San Francisco… The Gardens of Alcatraz The

JetBlue Opens 'Farm-to-Air' Food Garden at JFK International Airport - Garden Collage Magazine

JetBlue Opens 'Farm-to-Air' Food Garden at JFK International Airport - Garden Collage Magazine

Airports are transient spaces. Rarely is anything bought that lasts until the plane lands at the other end–food is eaten quickly, gum is chewed in flight (or out of boredom while waiting on delays), magazines are left in the back pocket of seats. Shops remain as people come and go, but even these (generic chain

It's that time of year again: Sakura Matsuri-- the best way to celebrate cherry blossom trees in New York City-- will return to Brooklyn Botanic Garden on Saturday, April 28 and Sunday, April 29 from 10 AM to 6 PM. Tickets are available here. Photo: Andreana Bitsis The event, which has been dubbed New York City's

Sakura Matsuri Returns to Brooklyn Botanic Garden - Garden Collage Magazine

It's that time of year again: Sakura Matsuri-- the best way to celebrate cherry blossom trees in New York City-- will return to Brooklyn Botanic Garden on Saturday, April 28 and Sunday, April 29 from 10 AM to 6 PM. Tickets are available here. Photo: Andreana Bitsis The event, which has been dubbed New York City's

As the New York Times recently reported, the New York Botanical Garden-- one of the oldest institutions on the New York culture map-- recently hired its first female president, 58-year-old Carrie Rebora Barratt, who comes to the organization from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. At a time when #MeToo and the politics

The New York Botanical Garden Has Hired Its First Female President - Garden Collage Magazine

As the New York Times recently reported, the New York Botanical Garden-- one of the oldest institutions on the New York culture map-- recently hired its first female president, 58-year-old Carrie Rebora Barratt, who comes to the organization from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. At a time when #MeToo and the politics

Join GC, Vogue.com, and Others at We The Women's "Women of Manhattan" Event - Garden Collage

Join GC, Vogue.com, and Others at We The Women's "Women of Manhattan" Event - Garden Collage Magazine

Garden Collage is proud to announce that we will be supporting We The Women's March 10th + March 11th showing of "Women of Manhattan"-- a two night event celebrating women's role in society with art, music, food, and freebies to benefit Planned Parenthood. The two-night event will take place from 7 PM to Midnight at

Events We Love: Mercado Sagrado, a Celebration of the Canyon Spirit - Garden Collage Magazine

Mercado Sagrado is an annual celebration of Malibu's "canyon spirit" that features handmade and artisan goods, healthy food, healing arts, and live music. The well-curated craft, art, and design pop-up takes place on October 13 and 14th from 11 AM to 5 PM in Malibu Canyon, California. Presale tickets are $30 or $45

The discussion surrounding Climate Change is about to become a lot more heated.

A New Climate Change Topic to Watch in 2017 - Garden Collage Magazine

Between Donald Trump's nomination of Scott Pruitt (a climate change denier) as the head of EPA and the expectation that the coming years will be some of the first in which global warming is constantly felt by significant human populations, the discussion surrounding Climate Change is about to become a lot more

This dancing farmer will brighten your day and make you smile!

This Dancing Farmer Will Lift Your Spirits - Garden Collage Magazine

If this month has had you feeling like you need to restore faith in the world, look no further than Jay Lavery, the dancing farmer whose smooth moves to Sia's "Cheap Thrills" are a cheerful reminder that there is still some good out there. A permaculture farmer in upstate New York, Lavery posted the video of himself

We compiled our favorite environmental science Bill Nye the Science Guy clips to share with your kids.

5 Bill Nye Videos You Need to Revisit As An Adult - Garden Collage Magazine

If you attended science class between 1993 and 2013, you probably watched at least one episode of Bill Nye the Science Guy. Bill Nye made science fun for kids-- with just the right infusion of goofiness and over-the-top shenanigans. Even today, the episodes don't feel dated-- just rich in 90s/00s nostalgia. Below we

The National Garden Bureau announced the 4 "Plants of the Year" in the categories of Annual, Perennial, Edible, and Bulb. Find out which plants won!

The National Garden Bureau Has Announced The 2017 "Plants of the Year" - Garden Collage

Each year, the National Garden Bureau selects four plants in the categories of Annual, Perennial, Edible, and Bulb as their "Plants of the Year". The Natio

The National Garden Bureau announced the four winners of “Plants of the Year”.

The National Garden Bureau Has Announced The 2017 "Plants of the Year" - Garden Collage

Each year, the National Garden Bureau selects four plants in the categories of Annual, Perennial, Edible, and Bulb as their "Plants of the Year". The Natio

School gardens need help remaining active and well tended.

How to Help School Gardens - Garden Collage Magazine

While education through gardening is not a new topic, its practice is becoming more and more widespread, particularly as its benefits are increasingly documented. Alice Waters has long been a proponent of the method, and the Edible Schoolyard has done much to carry the movement forward, including offering trainings