State of Composting in the US: by ISLR, BioCycle, and Experts

July 22, 2014

The Institute of Local Self Reliance recently issued two reports featuring compost: State of Composting in the U.S.: What, Why, Where & How Growing Local Fertility: A Guide to Community Composting A project that combines thought leaders Brenda Platt (Institute for Local Self-Reliance), Nora Goldstein (BioCycle), Craig Coker (Coker Composting & Consulting) and Sally Brown Read more...

Harvest Power on CNN Money

July 18, 2014

Kathleen Ligocki CEO Harvest Power on CNN Money

CNN Money had a chance to check out Harvest Power’s Energy Garden in Orlando. Here are highlights from their video with Harvest Power’s CEO Kathleen Ligocki, Founder Paul Sellew and the JW Marriott Executive Chef Chris Jones. Paul Sellew, Founder of Harvest Power: “We’re in the middle of our Energy Garden here in Orlando.  We’re Read more...

Mid-Summer Pickles

July 10, 2014

pickles

With this blog post, we take a moment to enjoy a spicy slice of summer from Harvest Garden Pro’s Dave Devine in Delaware. Dave writes: On a rainy day that the garden badly needed, a harvest of cucumbers led to a day in the kitchen making 3 types of pickles. This picking made 34 jars Read more...

Featured on FOX News Tampa

June 30, 2014

Fox News Tampa Bay did a great job capturing our process at our Energy Garden in Central Florida. In case you haven’t checked it out yet: Magical ride for Disney’s food scraps. Read more...

IDEAS Group Visits Harvest Power’s Energy Garden in Florida

June 27, 2014

IDEAS logo

At Harvest Power, we like to share our model of turning organic waste into clean energy and healthy soil.  In late May 2014 we hosted a group from the IDEAS — Intellectual Decisions on Environmental Awareness Solutions — group at our Energy Garden in Central Florida that uses anaerobic digestion to turn organic waste into Read more...

The Plants Go Marching Two by Two: Companion Planting

June 16, 2014

tomatoes

On the plate and in the garden, some plants are meant to be together. Certain plants, when grown together, help each other achieve the perfect garden environment to grow healthy and strong. Pair your plants for perfection! Some plants, like tomato and basil, help protect each other from disease or pest invasion and can even Read more...

In House Herbs

June 11, 2014

Herbs

Herb gardens are an easy, exciting project that can spice things up in the kitchen and in the garden! This growing season, make your garden pop with scents of thyme, oregano, basil, or mint. You can grow your own herbs in containers just outside your kitchen door, on a sunny window ledge, or in your Read more...

How Much Mulch Do I Need?

June 6, 2014

Harvest Landscape Calculator

At Harvest, we love to spend time discussing the benefits of mulch. It is an essential product that keeps your garden growing and flourishing. If this is your first time picking out mulch for your garden, however, you might need some help! Mulch comes in many different varieties – most are similar in function but vary Read more...

Bang for your Backyard Buck

June 3, 2014

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This growing season, get the best bang for your buck by following a few simple gardening tips. Soon, your garden will be overflowing with beautiful, happy plants! The easiest way to grow a productive garden is to choose plants with high productivity rates. Herbs and plants like tomatoes and cucumbers take up small amounts of Read more...

Grand Opening and Partner Celebration in Orlando, Florida

May 30, 2014

Group in front of Energy Garden in Central Florida

In Mid-May we hosted a Grand Opening and Partner Celebration at our Energy Garden in Central Florida. The facility uses anaerobic digestion to convert 130,000 tons per year of organic wastes into clean energy and natural fertilizers. It was a memorable a morning. Congressman Webster from the 10th District of Florida joined us, as did Read more...

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