Posts Tagged ‘nutrition’

Urban Organic Gardening : My Garden – May 2010

♥ SUBSCRIBE FOR NEW VIDEOS EVERY WEEK: bit.ly ♥ FOR MORE INFO: BexLife.com ♥ MY DIET PLAN & GEAR ‪bexlife.com ♥ VICTORIA KEEN YOGA GEAR: v-keen.com 15% COUPON CODE “BEX15” ✔ EXPLORE: ‪bexlife.com‬ ✔ FOLLOW ‪twitter.com ✔ LIKE: ‪facebook.com ✔ SUBSCRIBE: bit.ly This is just a quick tour of our tiny urban backyard and garden. It’s about 7 years in the making and includes flower beds, an evergreen garden, an organic vegetable garden, backyard chickens, a compost bin, and a rain barrel. Everything has been landscaped from scratch… none of these gardens existed when we moved in. There will be more videos of the progress throughout the Spring, Summer, and Fall. Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons “Attribution 3.0” creativecommons.org

Organic Gardening: Companion Plants

More at www.thebodysmith.com Stephanie Bell interviews an organic gardener about the benefits of companion plants.

Urban Organic Gardening : How to Grow Sprouts Indoors

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Grow Organic Garden Anywhere in the World

www.HomeOrganicGarden.net On March 20, 2009, First Lady Michele Obama celebrated the first day of spring by using her famously well-toned biceps to pick up a shovel and break ground for an organic vegetable garden at the White House. Educating Children a Primary Goal of White House Garden In talking with reporters about the new garden, the first lady got down and dirty about the benefits of good nutrition and the need to educate children, families and whole communities about the importance of a healthful diet, especially at a time when obesity and diabetes have become national health crises. http Twenty-three fifth graders from Bancroft Elementary School in Washington, DC, helped the first lady dig up the 1100-square-foot garden plot on the south lawn of the White House, which is near the tennis courts and the swing set the Obamas installed for their daughters and can be seen by people passing by on E Street. The plan is to have the students stay involved in planting, tending, harvesting and cooking the presidential produce. White House Garden to Feed First Family and the Homeless The Obamas will grow dozens of varieties of vegetables, berries and herbs—a wish list of fresh produce prepared by the White House kitchen staff—and the first lady said that everyone in the first family will help care for the garden. The garden harvest will become part of the Obamas’ daily fare, contribute to state dinners, and be shared with Miriam’s Kitchen, a nearby soup kitchen for the

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