One kid likes crunchy carrots but hates mushy carrots and salad. Another likes broccoli but can’t stand Brussels sprouts. I’ve learned to work within their boundaries.
We’re on to Part 2 of Why Garden With Your Kids? If you missed it, you can find part 1, Why Garden With Kids? Part 1. Let’s just cut to the chase, gardening teaches kids important life skills, like: Fending for themselves Try and fail cycle Perseverance Biology Caring for the environment That food […]
In 1943 there was a nationwide coordinated system to grow food at homes and schools; community gardens were created and three-fifths of the US was growing food to help ease the burden on the war. Victory Gardens, as they were called, were encouraged by the government for the people of the nation to do their […]