Its Prospects Bright, Camden Children's Garden Blossoms at Flower ShowCamden Children's Garden founder Mike Devlin says the nature education center on the Camden waterfront was looking down the barrel of a gun last year.
Fresh-Deprived Camden Gets a Mobile Fruits-and-Veggies StoreA new mobile produce van made its first stop on Wednesday, selling fruits and vegetables on the streets of Camden, NJ.
A Weekend Of Gardening EventsWith both Earth Day and Arbor Day this week, you'll find all kinds of gardening events going on this weekend.
A Camden Children's Facility Fighting Confiscation of Half Its LandThe New Jersey treasury department says it is getting ready to allocate more than half the land of the Camden's Children's Garden to the company that operates an adjacent attraction, the Adventure Aquarium.
Founder Of Camden Children's Garden To Fight Impending MoveChildren's Garden director Mike Devlin says he received a letter from the state Treasury Department last week saying that the garden needs to move by March 31 so the land can go to the Adventure Aquarium.
Hurricane Sandy Plays Too Rough With Camden Children's GardenOne place that's still digging out from Hurricane Sandy is the Camden Children's Garden, where the storm brought down half a dozen trees.
Top Kid-Friendly Haunted Houses In PhiladelphiaPick the haunted houses made for your kids -- spooky, but not terrifying -- with diverse activities perfect for the whole family. These are the top five haunted houses for families.
Campbell's Helps Camden Schoolkids Grow Food As Lesson In NutritionA program in Camden, NJ is helping elementary school kids learn about nutrition in the classroom.
That's Why There's Chocolate And VanillaYou might not think about it when you're eating a candy bar or licking an ice cream cone, but chocolate and vanilla both come from plants. Learn more at the Camden Children's Garden Chocolate and Vanilla Festival this weekend.
Local Residents Grow Their Own Produce To Avoid The High Cost Of FoodIn the past month, food prices are up more than they have been in the past 36 years. With the warmer temperatures expected to start moving into the region, one community is planning on taking the opportunity to grow their own produce.
Guide to Fall Fun at Area GardensBesides raking and planting and pruning – there’s lots of fun stuff to do in the garden this time of year and Greater Philadelphia Gardens has collected lots of them into a handy guide.
A Garden Festival to Suit All Tastes