Looking back, it’s astonishing how much was accomplished.
Master Gardener Guy Duran invented an ingenious way to grow crops on hard, unimproved soil using buckets of compost and lots of mulch. The flowers he grew are feeding LEAF's bees.
Donna Olsen, one of the founders of Tri-City Ecology Center, was a tireless advocate for the environment and supporter of LEAF.
At this quarter-acre garden, volunteers grow tons of veggies for donation to local food banks and propagate seedlings for our annual plant sale.
The author, a professor at Cornell, has studied wild honeybees over many years in a nearby forest. His discoveries include lessons that beekeepers can apply to their hives.
The tiny fly larvae known as leafminers can do a lot of damage, but you can head them off if you’re quick.