Dig-in leader training workshop

Dig-in Leaders are Green Corn Project’s most valuable resource! The more Dig-in Leaders we have, the more people we can help. We are always on the lookout for volunteers willing to take the next step and become Dig-in… Read More

Tomato growing guidelines

Planting and growing tips By Renee Studebaker, based on a column she wrote for the Austin American-Statesman in 2011. Updated for 2021.  In matters related to growing tomatoes, I’ve learned to never say “never” or “always,” especially given… Read More

Gardening guidelines for the spring vegetable garden

Soil, seeds, water, nutrients, pests, and extreme heat Soil Air, water, minerals, and organic matter (living and non-living) are the basic ingredients of all soils. They occur in many combinations. The relative proportions of these ingredients affect how a… Read More

GCP’s 2021 plant sales

COVID-19 kept us from having our annual Fall Festival/Fundraiser at Boggy Creek Farm last year and this year, but while we were waiting for the pandemic to pass, we created a safe fundraising alternative that we’ve now decided… Read More

Growing and harvesting tips for the fall vegetable garden

Soil, seeds, water, nutrients, frosts Soil building Air, water, minerals, and organic matter (living and non-living) are the basic ingredients of all soils. They occur in many combinations. The relative proportions of these ingredients affect how a soil behaves,… Read More

GCP’s Garden Plant Sales

Fall plant sale

Since COVID-19 has kept us from having our annual Fall Festival/Fundraisers, we have been growing vegetable, herb and flower starts and selling them in the spring and fall at Boggy Creek Farm. All proceeds of the plant sales… Read More

2020 fall festival canceled

Green Corn Project has made the difficult decision to cancel our annual fall festival/fundraiser at Boggy Creek Farm because of concerns for the health and safety of our supporters, our volunteers,  and the Austin community. For 21 years, our… Read More