In The News
Check out what others have written about City Blossoms!
A Growing Concern: Teaching Kids About Gardening, and Life by Delece Smith-Barrow Click here to see the article!
Local Group Plants Seeds of Peace and Nutrition by Jessica Gould An article focusing on how City Blossoms came to be and the role we are starting to play in the neighborhoods where we work. Click here to see the article!
Girard Garden Targets Crime by Amanda McClure An article written about Girard Garden, when we were just getting started. Click here to see the article!
DC Food For All
Will You Hold My Worms? by Brynn Slate An article about Girard Children’s Community Garden. Click here to see the article!
DC Food For All
Girard Childrens’ Community Garden by Barrett Jones This is a two minute video shot in Girard Children’s Community Garden with an interview of Lola. Click here to see the video in context.
A Bikeable Feast
We Plant It Because We Love It by Ibti Ibti, author of the BIKEABLE FEAST (a blog diary charting her progress as she bikes across the U.S., learning about all-things food along the way), recently stopped at the GROWING GIRLS & GARDENS garden at Garrison Middle School (a City Blossoms site). Click here to see the article!
ACGA Conference: City Blossoms by Era A Philadelphia based blogger interested in all things green, food, and gardening attended a workshop co-lead by Rebecca Lemos at the American Community Gardening Association’s annual conference. Check out her thoughts about City Blossoms. Click here to see the article!
Prince of Petworth
Girard Childrens’ Community Garden Celebrated One Year Anniversary on Monday by Prince of Petworth A popular Columbia Heights blogger visited Girard Children’s Community Garden’s first birthday potluck party and lived to write about it! Click here to see the article!
Time For Lunch
Washington D.C. City Blossom Eat-In City Blossoms partnered with Slow Food USA’s Time For Lunch National Day of Action for Girard Garden’s First birthday potluck celebration as a way to promote healthy eating for all. Click here to see the article!