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Published on March 27th, 2014 | by Important Media Cross-Post

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Starting a Garden When You Can’t (or Don’t Want to) Do the Work: Yard Sharing Organizations

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Do you love fresh veggies more than the process of actually growing them? Is your yard a farmer’s dream, but your work schedule a gardener’s nightmare? Perhaps you have physical disabilities or other health issues that make tending a garden difficult. Never fear: fresh hyperlocal produce can still be yours! With some networking help from these yard sharing groups, you might have more springtime gardening options than you realize.

Starting a Garden When You Can’t (or Don’t Want to) Do the Work: Yard Sharing Organizations (via sustainablog)

Spring gardening time is just about upon us (depending on where you live, of course) – I know I’m already preparing my raised bed, and considering other options for growing more vegetables in my tiny little yard. While the work of gardening isn’…

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