National Garden Bureau 2022 Green Thumb Award Winners

Seeking something new to grow? Plant nerd into all things horticultural? You need to check out these National Garden Bureau 2022 Green Thumb Award winners!

The Female Farmer Project Celebrates Women In Agriculture

The work of women is intertwined with agriculture’s inception, but new efforts highlight the integral connection of the female farmer to the growing world.

Poison Hemlock, Poison Ivy & Other Opportunists Are On The Rise

Be prepared to see increasing changes both in weeds we fight, such as poison hemlock and poison ivy, and in the crops we grow.

Bite Back At Mosquitoes With The ‘Mosquito Habitat Mapper’

It's not just you—mosquitoes are bad this year. But gardeners and farmers can help researchers better understand mosquito movements and protect public health.

Mysterious Bird Deaths Reported In Many U.S. States

Since late spring 2021, hundreds of bird deaths have occurred in multiple states. Here's what you need to know about the dying birds and how you can help.

Susan BrackneyJuly 22, 2021
Brood X Cicadas Set To Emerge After Long Wait Underground

Brood X cicadas emerge from their 17-year slumber this year. Here's how the cicada could affect your pets, livestock and young trees.

BIPOC Farmers: Apply Now through March 31 For Organic Farming Micro-grants

Black, indigenous and people of color can now access funding for potential farm projects through BIPOC Farmer Micro-grants offered by the Rodale Institute, which also features programs for veterans and health care workers.

Update: What Ever Happened With Those Unsolicited Seeds?

Here's an update on the mysterious international packages of unsolicited plant seeds sent to mailboxes last summer.

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