Earth Overshoot Day 2022

Earth Overshoot Day marks the date when humanity’s demand for ecological resources and services exceeds what Earth can regenerate.

Honoring Earth Day

Originally proposed as “a day to honor the earth and the concept of peace,” Earth Day serves as a reminder to take the time to appreciate what we have and to identify what we can do to be kind stewards of our home. Our planet, where we live, eat, love, and play, provides us with everything we need to exist. The effects of climate change need our efforts more than ever to preserve what we have and restore what we can. We can do simple things in our day-to-day lives (such as lowering the heat), but more importantly, we must determine how we can have a real effect.

A Look Back at 2021

A Lot Happened in 2021. Nasa landed a rover on Mars (again!), the climate change conference took place in Glasgow, and pictures of a chilly Bernie Sanders with giant mittens went viral. A lot happened at Gardyn too. We started the year with one Gardyn, a small team, and big dreams for the year ahead. Our community expanded to 11,200 Gardyners with memberships, sharing recipes, stories, plants they’ve grown, tales of their pets, children, and meals together. Small acts of care added beauty and intentionality throughout the day and changed the way we thought about time.

Gardyn Announces G3 Initiative Recipients

We are proud to announce the first recipients of the G3 Initiative: Gardyn Grows for Good. These organizations, schools, and individuals are committed to helping their communities in whatever capacity needed, anchored in providing the basic needs for those who need it most.

Back-to-School: 3 healthy ways to add nutrition to your kids’ day

Parents want their kids to eat healthy, but it’s difficult to compete with a world of processed foods full of sugar and empty nutritional value. We’ve rounded up 3 ways to add nutritious options to your children’s day – and empower them to make healthy choices that will last a lifetime.