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From dandelions to mallow, there could be a bounty of edible plants just outside your door (but no, your neighbor’s fruit tree doesn’t count).
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A 90-year-old, third-generation dairy farm is exploring new crops as consumers opt for plant-based foods.
School garden projects are educating youth about nutrition, compassion, and hard work to incite a generation of plant-powered changemakers.
Ensure you’re giving a truly green bouquet by buying local and organic.
The city passes zoning changes, making it easier to sell produce grown on private urban land.
The USDA has developed a pilot program to create vegetable gardens in elementary schools.
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Group plants vegetable seeds throughout Buenos Aires, Argentina, aiming to provide organic food for city residents.
Is Farmville, Facebook’s most popular game, a metaphor for the rise of factory farming?
Animal-rights group in Lebanon plants 1,000 trees to bring attention to endangered Lebanese wildlife.
Gardein contest offers grand prize of a meal cooked by Tal Ronnen.
Thirteen CostCo locations in Los Angeles carry meat-free Gardein chicken tenders for buy-in-bulk shoppers.
International pizza parlor joins forces with alternative-protein provider Gardein to offer prize.
Can’t get enough of the spring greening tips in our March+April issue? VN gets the dirt from a conscious gardener about lowering your lawn’s impact.
Dipped in Dijon or savored solo, this classic finger food packs equal parts flavor and nutrition.
The National Trust promotes windowsill gardens.
Celebrities get down and dirty—in the garden!
White House chef divulges rooftop garden.
Toast the season with a celebratory glass (or two) of organic, vegan wine.