Inspired by the First Lady's passion for healthy living and healthy eating, people across the country have revisited the American tradition of starting a vegetable garden at home. Growing your own fruits and vegetables is a great way to learn where food comes from, spend time with others and incorporate healthy foods into your favorite meals. Even if you don't consider yourself a Master Gardener, you can harvest your own produce at school, in your backyard or around the community.
Let’s Move! Museums and Gardens Gardening Guide
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Join us for a special IDEA Café focusing on Identity. Learn about the diverse identities present in the public garden...READ MORE
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