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  • It's All About A Garden. The Tree Of Life

    in Religion

    Please join me Tuesday July 28th at 9:30 am.CST as I talk about the Garden Of Eden. Thanks for the inspiration Tamara. What happened in the garden is of great significance. Adam and Eve only knew good. They were in the garden of God. They walked in the cool of the day with Him. The serpent hates Gods creation. If he could get them to question what God really said. If he could persuade them God was withholding something from them. That  they would be like God , and know good and evil. He could get into the realm of Eden and usurp their authority. They already were created in Gods image and likeness, and walked in the cool of the day with The One Who is wisdom.God warned Adam  what would happen if they ate of the tree  of good and evil.that they would surely die .But  He gave them free will to choose .The serpent told her in Genesis 3:5 that their eyes would be opened and that they would be like God. They were already like Him , yet they didnt have to know evil. Now their eyes were opened to darkness , to the devils kingdom. They immediately experienced shame. Yet in all this God covered them in His mercy. Jesus came to restore what He did not steal, so we could once again eat from the tree of life. Yes! It's all about a garden! Hope you can join me ~ Char

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    Community Gardens: University of New Hampshire and Jackson Mississippi, Hilton

    in Gardening

    Greetings! Today I will be talking about these segments:


    1)  University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension


    2)  Community Gardens of Jackson, Mississippi


    3)  Hilton Hotels introduces their "Meet with Purpose" program that is about 


         Sustainable green eating and helping the environment.  In Chicago, Illinois, there is 


         a Hilton Hotel with a Rooftop Garden that provides FRESH Veggies for its events.


    Thanks!


    Have a Great Community Garden Day!


    Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host


    Email:  communitygardenrevolution@gmail.com


    Books and AudioBooks:  Community Garden Revolution, and, 


                                            Community Garden Revolution Notes!


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  • 01:02

    A Chat in the Garden

    in Self Help

    Are you a High  or Middle School Girls Basketball Coach and want to expose your players to 1) good competition 2) College Coaches 3)Historic and Educational Nations Capitol  4) leadership workshops well you would want to tune in Tuesday, July 28 th 11:30 am est www.chatinthegarden.com or 347-989-8385 meet the Executive Director of the National Title IX Conference and Classic, Janice Dove Johnson.

  • 00:08

    Community Garden News

    in Gardening

    Greetings! 


     


    Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host


    Email:  communitygardenradioshow@gmail.com

  • Eartheart Network News "Land to Mouth" food, farm & garden edition

    in Lifestyle

    The Land to Mouth Food Edition of Eartheart Network Radio brings you the latest in important food, farm and garden news with ways to deepen your connection to what your are eating and the world it's grown in. We are honored to feature wonderful guests and helpful information for each week as the seasons pass in the garden with the help of Pat Battle's This Week in the Garden. Hear from inspiring teachers and leaders in sustainable, organic agriculture and celebrate your relationship with food and the earth.

  • 01:02

    A Chat in the Garden

    in Self Help

    Stephany Raines enters her second year as the athletic director for SCAD Atlanta. Raines joined the SCAD in July of 2005 as the women’s head basketball coach at the Savannah location. Most recently she has served as the assistant athletic director in Savannah and has helped guide the department to some of the most successful years in its history. The quality of her interpersonal skills and her positive outlook are recognized across campus.


    Join us Tuesday, June 30th between 11:30am and 12:30am On A Chat in the Garden with Monique A J Smith, where Significances Blooms via  347-989-8385 or www.chatinthegarden.com

  • 01:02

    A Chat in the Garden

    in Self Help

    Nike VP, Howard White, says this about my next guest…”She is sage and wise person for her years.  When she speaks, you can’t help but listen to her every word.”  and Pat Summit, Women’s Basketball Coaching Legend says, “ Personable, engaging and passionate.  She’s what I call a Blue Chip player who takes center stage.” Now, I’m tell you, you will be elevated professionally after my chat with Felicia Hall Allen of Felicia Hal Allen and Associates, the founder of A Step Up, a professional development symposium for  Men’s and Women’s Basketball Coaches.  Join me Tuesday, June 23rd  between 11:30am and 12:30am On A Chat in the Garden with Monique A J Smith, where Significances Blooms via  347-989-8385 or www.chatinthegarden.com

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    Connecticut, Maine, Delaware, Kentucky, New York Community Garden "Shout Out"

    in Gardening

    Greetings!


    How about a GREAT "Shout Out" for these Community Gardens:


    1)  Westport, Connecticut


         Westport Community Garden


    2)  Norway, Maine


         Alan Day Community Garden


    3)  Delaware


         The Delaware Center for Horticulture


    4)  Louisville, Kentucky


         Blackacre's Community Garden of the Blackacre Conservancy


    5)  New York City


         New York City Community Garden Coalition


         (NYCCG)


     


    Congrats! to all these Groups and what they have done in sustaining, creating, and education to folks about Community Gardens.


    Have a Great Community Garden Day!


    Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host


    Email:  communitygardenrevolution@gmail.com


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    www.aerogarden.com  Put in Promo Code "community20" and receive ONLINE 20% OFF your order.


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  • 01:05

    Mr. Showtime Dre Hilton

    in Entertainment

    he is motivational speaker, part of one of most popolarist shows in pigeon forge tennessee soul of motown. he is mr. dre hilton. live on the show . dont miss it,

  • 01:07

    A Chat in the Garden

    in Self Help

    Calling all Coaches......Are you in the midst of negotiations for a new position or a renewal? Are you having difficulty getting your current contract executed? Do you have these and other questions for our guest Tracy Jackson Esq of Coaches Inc? You can get ask your questions.  Also if you desire to become an agent get your career questions ready for  Tuesday, June 9th  between 11:30am and 12:30am On A Chat in the Garden with Monique A J Smith, where Significances Blooms via  347-989-8385 or www.chatinthegarden.com

  • 00:18

    a Theory of Parenting -Central Park Conservatory Garden

    in Photography

    The Conservatory Garden is Central Park's six-acre formal garden.


    It is divided into three smaller gardens, each with a distinct style: Italian, French, and English. The Garden's main entrance is through the Vanderbilt Gate, on Fifth Avenue between 104th and 105th Streets. 


    The Italianate center garden is composed of a large lawn surrounded by hedges and is bordered by two exquisite spring-blooming pink and white crabapple trees.


    A 12-foot high jet fountain plays on the western end of the lawn, backed by tiered hedges and stairs that lead up to a wisteria pergola.


    On the walkway under the pergola are medallions inscribed with the names of the original 13 states.


    spectacular seasonal displays of spring tulips,  all within an ellipse of Japanese holly.


    In the center is the charming Three Dancing Maidens fountain by German sculptor, Walter Schott.


    To the south is the very intimate English-style garden.


    There are five mixed borders of trees, shrubs and perennial plants, and five seasonal beds featuring spring bulbs that are followed by annual flower displays.


    A slope of woodland plants lines the western edge of this garden.


    At the center is sculptor Bessie Potter Vonnoh's lovely Frances Hodgeson Burnett Memorial Fountain, a tribute to the author of the children's book, The Secret Garden.


    The children — a girl and a boy, said to depict Mary and Dickon, the main characters from the classic — stand at one end of a small water lily pool. 


    The Conservatory Garden is an officially designated Quiet Zone and offers a calm and colorful setting for a leisurely stroll, and intimate wedding, or an escape with a good book.


    For many years the garden was tended by volunteers from the Garden Club of America and in 1983 it was restored by the Central Park Conservancy.