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Thursday, February 21, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Gardening: Spokane Edible Tree Project’s workshop series gets tree owners ready for annual gleaning

The Spokane Edible Tree Project has gleaned over 100,000 pounds of apples, pears, plums, peaches, raspberries and blueberries from Spokane backyard trees since its inception in 2013. The Tree Project …


Gardening: It’s time to think about saving seeds from favorite vegetables, flowers, Pat Munts says

It’s time to think about saving seeds from your favorite vegetables and flowers.


Gardening: Spokane Edible Tree Project helps homeowners to give to hunger relief groups

Do you havefruit trees you don’t have time or energy to care for and harvest? Do you feel guilty seeing the fruit go to waste? If so, help for caring …


Gardening: Soil quality is key for optimal growing

To grow pretty and tasty plants, we must first tend to the soil properly.


Cure spring fever with workshops

OK, we are over the January hump. February usually doesn’t bring nasty storms (never say never, though). It only takes so much time to order seeds and dig out the …


Cure spring fever with gardening workshops

OK, we are over the January hump. February usually doesn’t bring nasty storms (never say never, though). It only takes so much time to order seeds and dig out the …