A Williamsport communal garden is designed to empower the community with a place to plant, grow and harvest produce—and full of the promise of good things.
A warm bowl of soup is always a favorite meal on a chilly fall day. The aroma fills the kitchen and warms the home.
The gardens cultivated by William Woys Weaver have been compared to a living museum, reflecting his focus on preservation of heirloom vegetables.
Help your garden grow by learning how to attract beneficial insects.
We depend on pollinators for our food supply. Here's information about how to attract butterflies, honeybees, bumblebees, hummingbirds and assorted moths to your garden or food crops.
A rain garden is a depression filled with native plants that protects water quality by retaining and filtering stormwater.
Web Extra: The benefits of creating your own green roof.
With grants and elbow grease, residents create rain gardens to improve their communities.
Heirloom recipes are the treasures of every kitchen. If you’re lucky, you’ve inherited your grandmother’s recipe box full of stained cards.
Green roofs help curb polluted runoff. Though more costly than other remedies, vegetation atop buildings can meet stormwater requirements and offer other benefits.