One Bed Veg! (Plan & Video Series)

It is so incredibly fantastic that sooo many people are excited to grow some of their own food. Home grown vegetables taste amazing and by foodscaping we can make it look good and grow a ton of food in a small space. Our 4’x10’ bed Spring 2020 We thought it would be fun (and hopefully... Continue Reading →

Preparing garden beds part 2: raised beds

Foodscaping Utah's 'Benefits of Raised Beds' class handout: Raised Bed Vegetable Gardening-Foodscaping Utah Online class 'Benefits of Raised Beds' June 4th, 6:00-7:30pm taught by John (Foodscaping Utah) for USU Extension. Raised beds have many advantages: they prevent soil compaction, alleviate some weed pressure, and require less bending over. Their soil also warms more quickly in the... Continue Reading →

Getting started: 3 keys to success

A foodscape design can be elaborate and encompassing, replacing large sections of lawn and traditional landscaping, or it can be as simple as a well placed raised bed for vegetables and a fruit tree or two. We usually recommend that people interested in foodscaping start small, but in a well-thought-out way that lends itself to... Continue Reading →

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