With a little work you can eat homegrown spinach, salad greens and carrots earlier than ever before with a low-cost cold frame. The Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture's Carrie Hargrove tells us how on this episode of Farm Your Yard.
Make your neighbors envious. In this episode of KBIA's Farm Your Yard, learn about how to build an inexpensive cold frame that can help you grow and eat greens and carrots from your home garden earlier than ever before.
Carrie Hargrove checks the interior temperature of her cold frame at the Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture's Urban Farm. On this episode of Farm Your yard, she discusses how to extend your garden's growing season with a low-cost cold frame.
Winter days can get short and winter nights can get really long. As a gardener, you can use this period to your advantage by planning now for next year's growing season. In this episode of KBIA's Farm Your Yard, Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture Farm Manager Carrie Hargrove discusses the steps involved in planning for success in the 2015 garden.
On this episode of KBIA's Farm Your Yard, Carrie Hargrove talks about the steps involved in planning next year's garden.
Leemer Cernohlavek stood in the front of a classroom, scrolling through pictures of his apple orchard on the teacher’s smart board. He was describing his work to second and third graders, who sat quietly listening on a rainbow-colored square rug.