Beginning May 1st, Eclipse Brewing will be selling plants on-site at 25 East Park Avenue. Chris Mattern, owner of our town microbrewery has been a horticulturalist for over 30 years. His knowledge of all things plant has lead him to grow hops for crafting beer on the side of the former Merchantville EMS building. Additionally, he tends to an annual garden - filled with veges along his driveway. This winter he arranged to use the greenhouse behind the former Wirth Florist building on Centre Street to nurture lots of tomato, pepper,

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Please join us on Saturday, April 27th from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. to celebrate Arbor Day with a FREE tree sapling/seed/plant swap sponsored by your Merchantville Sustainability partners! This event features gardeners and seed enthusiasts form our Garden Club, Incredible Edible, Green Team and Shade Commission sharing and swapping saplings, plants and seeds to start or expand your home garden with vegetation that's well-suited

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Have you been thinking about starting your own vegetable garden or would you like to brush-up on your vegetable gardening skills? Join this class and learn vegetable garden design and make seed tape to help in growing small seed plants with perfect spacing at the Camden County Certified Gardeners Make & Take: Vegetable Garden Design. Participants will design their garden and make seed tape an also receive enough seeds to

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Incredible Edible Merchantville wants to thank all the donors who supported our Team - Joan, Laura, Sarah, Allison, Elsa and Kathy - at the 2024 Knit for Food Knit-a-thon hosted by Eclipse Brewing! This 4th Annual fundraiser for food security. Funds from 6.8 thousand supporters, including $610 from IE helped to raise $364,637 to be divided equally between Feeding America, World Central Kitchen, Meals on Wheels and Team No Kid Hungry,

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D & V Organics, a local farm in Swedesboro, offers Farm Share Produce box pick-up at The Station in Merchantville on Thursdays between 12:00-6:00 p.m., allowing you to pick up an assortment of local, organic seasonal fruits and veggies weekly. Depending on how large a box you pick, you can receive 5-8 produce items each week from mid-May

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The New Jersey Sustainability Summit on May 3rd is a momentous event in our state, drawing change-makers from across the political, private, and public sectors. This exceptional one-day forum spotlights the successes and lessons learned from the people and projects that are helping New Jersey realize a more sustainable future. 2023 Summit attendees walked away with tangible resources and strategies to assist with their own community initiatives.

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After weeks of spring-like warmth, much of the eastern half of the country will briefly plunge back into winter next week with below-freezing temperatures possible. March 19th is the official start of astronomical spring in the Northern Hemisphere but it seems Mother Nature has the seasons mixed up, because spring will feel more like winter by early next week. More than half the US will experience temperatures at or below freezing posing a risk for agriculture in the Southeast as growing season is already underway. By Monday,

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