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Mushroom Propagation

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Mushroom Propagation

Mycelium It is estimated that more than 80% of the plants on the planet rely on a symbiotic relationship with fungi.  The plants benefit from this relationship in many ways including enriched soil structure, availability of nutrients, increased uptake of water, and cleaning soil of pathogens and pollutants. I'll be inoculating all new plantings (annual or perennial) - some with commercial spore mass products and some with home grown inoculum from...

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Mind Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Series at the Gardens

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Mind Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Series at the Gardens

What is MBSR? When people learn that I teach Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction they often respond with an exclamation, "I could use that!"  The recognition that one could use a little help navigating through "the full catastrophe" of life was what led me to attend MBSR teacher trainings at the Center for Mindfulness. Although I had meditated for many years before learning about MBSR, I still found myself mired in the ups...

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The Art of Furoshiki

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The Art of Furoshiki

Do you have a myriad of eco-conscious lifestyle tools up your sleeve? The Gardens thinks we may have a new idea for even the most tried-and-true of Denver’s eco-conscious population – Furoshiki! Furoshiki is a near square, reusable “wrapping and carrying cloth” used for centuries in Japan.  Unlike ordinary containers such as boxes, baskets, and bags, Furoshiki changes its shape depending on the object to be wrapped.  It can wrap boxes,...

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Mommy and Me Yoga at the Gardens

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Mommy and Me Yoga at the Gardens

Yoga with your baby and other Moms or Dads is a great way to get some exercise and build community.  The little ones have fun, interact, dance and get a refreshing break from normal activities.  It is a chance to bond with other caregivers and share some wisdom, as well. Depending on class size there is anywhere from 10-25 mins at the end of class for talking in a sharing circle...

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