Did you know that MNN has a terrific bunch of student correspondents? They blog about what is going on environmentally in their home states and in their schools. I noticed that several of them had gardening posts. I thought I’d share them with you. Check out these up-and-coming environmentalists and journalists.
So you want to start a garden but you live in a concrete city – Washington, D.C., correspondent Molly Canfield writes about biting the bullet and starting her first garden in the small space she has.
Gardening green space – Wisconsin correspondent Allie Taylor tells the story of one local woman who found herself out of compliance with local regulations when she planted a vegetable garden in her front yard.
It’s easy eating green – Colorado correspondent Lauren Buchholz writes not so much about gardening as she does finding natural things in her backyard (like dandelion leaves) and the surrounding area, to use as food.
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