The agrihood includes gardens, an orchard, free produce for local organizations, and agriculture education.
Whether future occupants of the East Wing decide to get their hands dirty in the garden, its future has been cemented on the White House South Lawn.
More than half of supermarket tomatoes now are grown in greenhouses or "shade-houses," and flavor is improving.
When the garden doesn't grow, Phil Christenson isn't able to donate. Foods in the Jewish tradition. And, farmers' pocketbooks are strained by property taxes.
Food pantries can't rely on donations from people like Phil Christenson, because gardeners never know how much harvest will come up.
Ann Robins and Jean Bruce have not let knee replacements stop them from working in their gardens. They've learned to how make their gardens work for them.
A program in Boston is whetting kids’ appetites for local produce by taking them on a tour of the food system, from seed to market to plate.
Folks can pick up a bag of apples at Mother Hubbard's Cupboard. Through the Hub's tool share program, they can also borrow a dehydrator to make apple snacks.
Urban farming pioneer Will Allen says campus gardens, like the one at Indiana University, are popping up all over the country.
When it comes to pest control, it can be a real drag to be an organic gardener. Chef Daniel Orr has an all-natural solution for deterring hungry deer.
Gardening experts encourage you to keep working in your garden this fall. Gnocchi and butternut squash get cozy. And orphaned strawberry plants need good homes.
Strawberry plants were donated to the Bloomington Community Orchard 3 years ago. Today, they're growing out of control. Gardeners, they're here for the taking!
Running out of ideas for the season's last zucchinis? You'll definitely want to try this out!
Turtle soup in southern Indiana. Okra fresh and raw. Growing food with less water. And, a local food party on campus. Take a listen!
It's the first day of classes at Indiana University. A new partnership hopes to lessen the food that gets wasted before it hits the cafeterias.
Just because you don't use dangerous chemicals in your garden doesn't mean they're not there.
Chickens give backyard farmers more than just eggs and meat. Three experts talk about how they help in the garden with fertilizing, tilling and pest control.
Thanks to a rainy spring season and hot summer temperatures, I started harvesting pumpkins from my garden in July. I'm using one in which to bake a chicken.
Same ingredients, two options: chicken poblano enchiladas or chicken poblano fajitas. The choice is yours.
According to a new report, Americans waste a lot of food. According to foodies on Twitter, reducing food waste can actually be pretty simple.