white house garden

The first lady opened up about what she wants her legacy to be.
Thanks to First Lady Michelle Obama and her amazing staff, Let's Move! has made amazing progress over the past few years
Gardening brings people from diverse and different backgrounds together -- families, young people, the elderly, neighbors, politicians -- to do something good, not just for your health and body, but for your community.
I believe President Obama is serious about improving the American diet. And I believe he is also wary of how the bulk of our food is produced in this country. But I want him to show me and the rest of America.
This isn't the first time a fox has invaded one of the three branches of the federal government. In 2002 a fox dashed into
The foodie blog, run by editor Eddie Gehman Kohan, said White House gardeners are allowed only to water the plots and cannot
Politico captured this six-second snapshot of the scene: Michelle Obama signs books at D.C.'s Politics & Prose vine.co/v
The fall garden tour dates have not yet to be announced. WASHINGTON -- Sequester didn't stop visitors from enjoying a perfect
This week's Family Dinner Table Talk, from HuffPost and The Family Dinner book: We couldn't agree more. So HuffPost has joined
I grew up in NYC in an apartment building, yet somehow I can now grow organic fruits and vegetables. And so can the 6th-graders I work with in school gardens. If we can do it, trust me, anyone can!
For Michelle Obama, fall might be the most wonderful time of the year. The First Lady has been hard at work tending her crops
And because she's the beloved FLOTUS, well, that publicity thing wasn't too hard to drum up. The only reward that First Lady
Today Mrs. O changed into more athletic clothes, hitting the lawn with a group of soccer-playing youngsters... and Bo! Members
I write "White House" at my peril. In a letter the counsel to the president complains that Red Rock Press has used "White House" in a title of a book that lacks White House "approval or endorsement."
Should we resign ourselves to the fact that the Biotech Bully of St. Louis controls the dynamics of the marketplace and public policy? Or should we stand up and say Hell No to Monsanto?
Perhaps the most encouraging action so far has come from the East Wing, where Michelle Obama has been speaking out about the importance of real, fresh food, home cooking and gardening.