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.

Video: Organic vegetable garden – New York correspondent Katherine Bailey videotapes her growing backyard garden where she grows her favorite local foods.

A truly green garden – North Carolina correspondent Norman K. Bent offers advice on how to turn your green garden even greener.

Video: Meet my gardening mom – South Carolina correspondent Laura Early introduces us to her mom who has taught her about gardening and all things green.

Robin Shreeves ( @rshreeves ) focuses on food from a family perspective from her home base in New Jersey.

MNN's student correspondents talk gardens
Our student correspondents have a few things they'd like you to know about gardening.