9 edition of Growing good things to eat in Texas found in the catalog.
Growing good things to eat in Texas
|Statement||by Pamela Walker ; photographs by Linda Walsh.|
|Series||Texas A&M University agriculture series -- no. 11, Texas A & M University agriculture series -- no. 11.|
|LC Classifications||S605.5 .W33 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008042580|
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The Junior Master Gardener Program and the American Horticultural Society honor engaging, inspiring works of plant, garden and ecology-themed children’s literature through the “Growing Good Kids –. In Growing Good Things to Eat in Texas, author Pamela Walker and photographer Linda Walsh portray eleven farming and ranching families who are part of this food revival in Texas.
With biographical Price: $ Growing Good Things To Eat In Texas Below are brief excerpts from three of the 10 biographical essays about 11 families in Walker’s book. “The red beets we’re growing now are the best red beet.
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