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Web Site of the Week: The People’s Garden

The People’s Garden was started in 2009 in order to challenge USDA employees to create gardens at USDA facilities. It’s a rather neat idea; as the website notes, “the simple act of planting a garden can help unite neighborhoods in a common effort and inspire locally-led solutions to challenges facing our country.” On the site, visitors can learn about the various gardens at USDA sites, check out recipes, and find a myriad of gardening resources. The Latest Blogs area contains links to recent updates from member gardens on subjects that include cotton cultivation, key plant pollinators, and success stories from around the United States. Visitors can use the Find a garden in your area option to find their own local garden. Finally, users will want to read the story of the Abraham Lincoln tomato, which is the heirloom variety created by the W. H. Buckbee seed company of Rockford, Illinois. [KMG]

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