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Rhonda Nowak

A community waystation sprouts in the city

“Despite the biodiversity crisis unfolding in real time all around us, we believe that butterflies and other animals can have a secure future. However, such...

A local bouquet

Editor’s note: This is one in a series of stories about women gardeners in the Rogue Valley. “Why can’t we have flowers that come from local fields?...

The extraordinary scarlet runner bean

“She planted, as soon as the first strip was ready, runner beans and a row of lettuce. ‘The runner bean,’ said her book, ‘is not over-particular,’ and Carol...

Dirt master

Editor’s note: This is one in a series of stories about women gardeners in the Rogue Valley. “Working in the garden ... gives me a profound feeling ...

The invisible beauty of energy

“The one thing of which we are certain, in an uncertain universe, is that energy is never lost. It is transformed, but it never disappears.” — The Prof...

I don’t wear tulle in my garden

“Even in the grimmest winter days a garden can give an appearance of discipline, and a certain amount of life and color, no matter how wild the winds nor da...

Growing gardens and healthy kids

Editor’s note: This is one in a series of stories about women gardeners in the Rogue Valley. “We can´t know what we haven´t been taught.” — Ba...