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gardening

[′gärd·ən·iŋ]
(astronomy)
A phenomenon in which the lunar regolith is constantly churning at a very slow rate because of successive impacts; the result is that bottom material is brought up to the top and surface material is buried.
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An added bonus is a timeline of the history of gardening and quotations on gardening from historical figures like Gandhi and Bertrand Russell.
Luckily, the organic gardening industry is expanding rapidly, and new products are being offered daily.
Accessible Gardening for People with Disabilities by Janeen R.
Gardening is especially helpful for residents suffering from sundowning, where some of them would get anxious later in the day.
78) Most of the publications reflected gardening practice of Elizabeth's reign, with their emphasis on enclosed gardens laid out as a single square, subdivided into four quarters, or as a series of squares all planted with different knots.
Campers can reach out to the community and share their gardening skills and even their garden's harvest with those in need.
Long-term trends in enjoyment, interest and knowledge of gardening
Gardening is not only becoming a vital component of urban living again, it is also an appropriate and holistic response to current social and environmental problems.
This is the one thing you can do yourself to make a real impact on the world - you can think globally by acting locally,'' says Scott Meyer, editor of Pennsylvania-based Organic Gardening magazine.
Hilton Garden Inn properties across North America are working with the National Gardening Association (NGA) to show children how to prepare delicious tasting and healthy veggie tacos and quesadillas by adding fresh vegetables grown from their own school gardens.
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According to the National Gardening Association, teachers and parents can use gardening to spark interest in living things, inspire science and cultural literacy, build children's confidence as problem solvers, promote teamwork and collaborative learning, and cultivate environmental responsibility.