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Kathy Blue shared her public Pinterest sites for community

visitors to explore during time of Covid-19 isolation.

Home FiresBurning: 

https://www.pinterest.com/gertiejane/home-fires-are-burning/

Homemade Pantry:

 https://www.pinterest.com/gertiejane/homemade-pantry/

Minglewood Mondays are our offering of encouragement to get outside and engage with the natural world wherever you are. To help in this effort, we will be bringing you tips and tools every Monday to help you interact with your local environment through fun activities. 
In light of all that’s going on in the world, we are bringing you a video and step by step directions on how to create your own food garden at home. Some of you may have heard the term, “Victory Garden”. This is a reference to food gardens that were started by Americans on the home front to supplement their own food stores while farms supplied rations to soldiers overseas. As we all adapt to a shifting climate and COVID-19, anything we can do to build a relationship with nature and harvest the benefits will empower us to face this together. Enjoy the video, let us know what you think on social media, and feel free to send any questions you may have about starting your own home garden to margie@minglewoodpreserve.org.
See you outside,
            Ms. Margie and Farmer Bill

Upcoming Events

Home

EVENT UPDATE

Kathy Blue shared her public Pinterest sites for community

visitors to explore during time of Covid-19 isolation.

Home FiresBurning: 

https://www.pinterest.com/gertiejane/home-fires-are-burning/

Homemade Pantry:

 https://www.pinterest.com/gertiejane/homemade-pantry/

Minglewood Mondays are our offering of encouragement to get outside and engage with the natural world wherever you are. To help in this effort, we will be bringing you tips and tools every Monday to help you interact with your local environment through fun activities. 
In light of all that’s going on in the world, we are bringing you a video and step by step directions on how to create your own food garden at home. Some of you may have heard the term, “Victory Garden”. This is a reference to food gardens that were started by Americans on the home front to supplement their own food stores while farms supplied rations to soldiers overseas. As we all adapt to a shifting climate and COVID-19, anything we can do to build a relationship with nature and harvest the benefits will empower us to face this together. Enjoy the video, let us know what you think on social media, and feel free to send any questions you may have about starting your own home garden to margie@minglewoodpreserve.org.
See you outside,
            Ms. Margie and Farmer Bill

Upcoming Events

Home

EVENT UPDATE

Kathy Blue shared her public Pinterest sites for community

visitors to explore during time of Covid-19 isolation.

Home FiresBurning: 

https://www.pinterest.com/gertiejane/home-fires-are-burning/

Homemade Pantry:

 https://www.pinterest.com/gertiejane/homemade-pantry/

Minglewood Mondays are our offering of encouragement to get outside and engage with the natural world wherever you are. To help in this effort, we will be bringing you tips and tools every Monday to help you interact with your local environment through fun activities. 
In light of all that’s going on in the world, we are bringing you a video and step by step directions on how to create your own food garden at home. Some of you may have heard the term, “Victory Garden”. This is a reference to food gardens that were started by Americans on the home front to supplement their own food stores while farms supplied rations to soldiers overseas. As we all adapt to a shifting climate and COVID-19, anything we can do to build a relationship with nature and harvest the benefits will empower us to face this together. Enjoy the video, let us know what you think on social media, and feel free to send any questions you may have about starting your own home garden to margie@minglewoodpreserve.org.
See you outside,
            Ms. Margie and Farmer Bill