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Urban and Suburban Farming Mrs. Stacie Telnock Computer Applications Teacher Dunmore Middle School, Dunmore PA
The Natural State of Things Grow, produce, replace If left alone, plants would take over Earth. Instead of paying for your lawn, make your lawn work for you.
Size Does NOT Matter Size is unimportant: it is all about the plan Light and soil: observe before you plant Change is GREAT
Useful and Unique Raised beds - great for poor soil The higher the bed, the easier to weed From useless to useful dirt is not needed under a tall raised bed
You do not need any land at all to farm! Check out these rooftop gardens in and around NYC!
The High Line in Manhattan A no-longer used rail track and bridge through the city
If you have a little space but no lawn …you can still farm!
And if you DO have some yard, sky is the limit (no joke!)
Just a little corner? Grow tomatoes! Small back yard? How about a flock of chickens with your salad!
Combination Backyard Farming: Food and Livestock Small yard? No problem!
Wouldn’t your backyard be more exciting?
Chicken tractors are all the rage!
If chickens just aren’t enough for your family… Adding these should really get your goat(s)!
Maybe a back yard fish farm is more your speed!
Or maybe you have something different in mind…
Before & AfterBefore & After Doesn’t take long to feel good about your choice!
Less mow, More grow! Makes sense, right?
You can have your cake and eat it, too…
Wasted space to AWESOME in a day or two! Gardeners like to share! Ask people who garden if they have any plants to spare!
Help Earth do what it is meant to do! Grow plants and animals for us to live!
The people Look for some people. Write it down. By the water
From Lawn to Lettuce: Starting and Maintaining an Organic Garden in Your Yard Chris Thoreau UBC Farm 16 April 2011.
Bernas Story – Part 2 Lesson 3. Berna has now been given some help in her difficult situation. Send a Cow is a charity that provides farm animals for.
What is Global Warming?.
USING APPLIED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Immigration The Italian Experience. Where is Italy?
The 800 Pound Gorilla in our Backyards. Why Focus on the Suburban Lawn? A high level of American’s interaction with the environment occurs here – need.
What on Earth is Soil?.
A is for animals. There are lots of animals on the farm.
The Nitrogen Cycle. Nitrogen Cycle Nitrogen is an element. It is found in living things like plants and animals. It is also an important part of non-living.
Count On Westmeade Students We can all help make our world a better place for all boys and girls!
Mary Wischmeyer - Architecture McKenzie Spotts - Accounting.
Jambo! Where is Kenya? Grasslands also known as Savannas. Grasslands cover about one half of the whole continent of Africa, including Kenya.
Prisca’s story Lesson 3. Things really started to improve when some dairy goats arrived from Send a Cow. The family were trained in how to look after.
ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT Count Yourself IN!!.
SAE Selection AFNR-BAS-3 Explore, develop, and implement the Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) program by researching careers in agriculture and.
Gardening Mistakes people do Design and not taking care of a home Enjoy.
Form 1: Agriculture Scale of Agricultural Activities: Types of Agriculture.
Gardening By Autumn Bridges & Brianna Thompson. Action Plan To make Blue Valley West as well as the rest of our community a better place we plan to plant.
Soils in Urban Agriculture and Community Gardens Challenge: Growing food in degraded urban soil Healthy soil is fundamental to agriculture. For there to.
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