Imagine being able to pick fresh lemons, limes and oranges right from your patio! Read more »
Cutting overgrown grasses by more than an inch or two at a time can create unhealthy brown and bald spots in your lawn – or ev... Read more »
Kids are eager gardeners. They love to experiment with colorful flowers, have an adventurous sense of design, and getting dirt... Read more »
Our Shear Ease® Grass Shears include a patented mechanism that prevents the blades from jamming or sticking when you’re trimmin... Read more »
The first time you try our PowerGear® Hedge Shears, you’ll be amazed — but it’s not magic, it’s gears. Our patented gear techno... Read more »
Our Easy-Pour Watering Can offers both capacity and control. The 2.6-gallon volume holds a generous amount of water that is eas... Read more »
Put your crafting skills to work and create a beautiful and unique fascinator that reflects your personal style. Read more »
“Painting” with tissue paper is not only fun but beautiful! Read more »
Mosaic tile frames are a beautiful way to display photos. Read more »
Designed for long, easy cuts down strips of Duck® Tape, our Duck® Edition Scissors feature a non-stick blade coating that preve... Read more »
Add distinctive style to craft projects of all kinds with a Squeeze Punch that makes every embellishment up to 2X easier to pun... Read more »
Designed for tight, precise cuts through Duck® Tape, our Duck® Edition Detail Scissors feature a non-stick blade coating that p... Read more »
A colorful, roomy bag is just the thing you need to carry all your belongings for a day at the beach. Read more »
Keep the kids busy on a road trip with their own art bag full of inspiration and the essentials. Read more »
This easy pillowcase dress looks adorable with pretty fabrics. Plus, it is super simple to put together, even if you have not... Read more »
Only our Stitcher Scissors provide precision and control that meet the needs of the most demanding sewers and quilters. Micro-T... Read more »
Our Seamstress Scissors are the perfect all-purpose scissors for anyone who cuts fabric frequently. The smooth action of these... Read more »
Choose our Dressmaker Shears for long, smooth cuts through multiple layers of medium to heavy fabrics. Extra-long blades maximi... Read more »
Looking for a sure cure for bored kids - make sparkly sea creatures! Read more »
Open-ended activities like this Busy Book can keep kids occupied in the back seat of a car AND spark fun family conversations! Read more »
It doesn’t take much to turn an everyday snack into something a little extra special. It is great to see how quickly you can a... Read more »
Our Preschool Training Scissors features a special training lever that opens the blades after each cut, helping children learn... Read more »
Children love our Designer Non-stick Blunt-tip Kids Scissors for the colorful handle patterns that make cutting fun and the non... Read more »
Our Designer Non-stick Student Scissors are larger than our Kids Scissors but smaller than adult scissors, perfect for those ol... Read more »
The beautiful mood lighting of lanterns at outdoor gatherings is fabulous, so why not craft up a set to use this summer. Read more »
Treat your children to their own special tent hideaway, then stand back and watch as the fun and adventures begin! Read more »
Make a thoughtful gift for someone this summer! Read more »
The StaySharp™ Max Reel Mower combines patent-pending technology with superior ergonomics to deliver best-in-class cutting perf... Read more »
Great for beginners, the unique design of this tool makes cutting perfect shapes from fabric a breeze — since you’re not managi... Read more »
Perfect for a wide range of sewing and quilting tasks, our Amplify® RazorEdge™ Fabric Shears sense blade separation and force t... Read more »
As a leader in the lawn and garden industry, Fiskars believes in contributing to community gardening and the healthy, sustainable living it provides. Through Project Orange Thumb®, Fiskars awards cash, garden tools and materials to help support community garden goals across North America. This year’s grant recipients are:
Farming for the Future Academy is a nonprofit, public charity serving students with and without disabilities. The Academy programs reduce societal barriers for children through education and life-skills lessons using agriculture and cooperative business as a medium. The new Onions for Autism-Veggies for Vets garden will help students learn life skills and prepare for independent living through lessons on planting, growing, harvesting, and selling crops, farm safety, as well as nutrition education.
Boys and Girls Club of Wilmington, NC Inc. serves over 800 youths a month with programs that influence every part of the children’s lives and provides them with a positive place to grow into responsible, well-minded citizens. The new Little Sprouts garden will help change the health, eating habits and behaviors of young people in our community.
Better Boys Foundation has made an effort to positively influence at-risk and high-risk teenagers with apprentice-based programming that youth find relevant and that inspires pride in self and in community, improves academic performance. The Growing North Lawndale Together Community Garden will provide access to healthy food for the program participants and the surrounding community.
South Vancouver Family Place Society is a not-for-profit, charitable organization that offers programs and services to families and caregivers with young children, birth to age 5. The Riverfront Community Garden will impact local families by providing them with food security and a place to visit and relax.
Gateway Greening is a non-profit organization based in St. Louis whose mission is to educate and empower people to strengthen their communities through gardening and urban agriculture. The organization provides a number of benefits to the community including job training, therapeutic horticulture, community development, alleviation of food security issues and improving the health of gardeners. The Historic Miss Tillie’s Corner Community Garden will provide a place for people to meet, learn, grow fresh produce, while facilitating community development.
The Black Chamber of Commerce envisions a community of friendly relationships with diverse cultural, economic and educational opportunities. The neighborhood surrounding the new community garden site is in great need of positive action and positive change. The new Immaculate Heart of Mary Garden will be a catalyst in improving the spirit of the neighborhood, while boosting revitalization efforts. The new space will allow people to grow food together, increase food access while also increasing the consumption of fruits and vegetables, and provide education for area residents.
The Pine Manor Improvement Association is a nonprofit organization that provides services to at-risk children and families in the Pine Manor neighborhood in Fort Myers, Florida. The new community garden will provide fresh produce and help residents become more self-sufficient through job training. This garden will provide produce that can be used not only to improve the diets of Pine Manor families, but also for hands-on training skills that can be translated to life-skills.
East Passyunk Crossing Civic Association in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has been working for the betterment of their community for over 7 years. The new garden will help the community in many ways, first by providing a green space where community members can grow produce and flowers, to help feed their families. The garden will also provide a beautiful, natural, peaceful environment where members of the community can congregate, socialize and host events. Donations from the shared gardens will go directly to neighborhood members that cannot afford healthy foods on their own.
Island School has a mission to prepare students to live productive, fulfilling lives as confident, responsible life-long learners and contributing members of society. Island School also provides a safe, nurturing environment that fosters creativity, critical thinking, initiative and respect for self and others. The new community garden will teach students how to grow their own healthy produce and live sustainably.
Palisade, MN is home to a number of single-parent households, many elderly citizens, and a number of others living with limited income and opportunity. Over the past decade Palisade has seen the closing of several key community institutions due to economic hardship, including our grocery store, and more recently, our public school. The Bean Sprout Garden in Palisade, Minnesota will be a garden that enhances the community as a teaching garden and gathering place. This garden will enable public education and engagement about the benefits of growing, preparing, eating and sharing fresh produce. The new garden will also be a source of affordable, healthy and fresh food for the participants and surrounding community.
Children Hunger Education Program (CHEP) believes that food is a basic right and that inadequate nutrition adversely affects health, physical, mental, and emotional development, learning ability, and participation in community. The goal of Children Hunger Education Program is to promote the provision of nutritious food and to facilitate actions that enhance self-reliance and dignity for children, their families and communities. The new Meadowgreen community garden will support and encourage community ownership taken towards issues of food security. The new garden will also promote healthy eating by providing opportunities for nutrition and food system education. The space will positively influence a diverse group of community members that are excited to for the opportunity to be a part of their own food production.
Volunteers of America of Southeast (VOASE) began serving the South Alabama community in 1980 through the operation of three group homes for people with Developmental Disabilities. The goal of their programs is to enable persons served to become as independent as possible without jeopardizing the welfare or safety of the individual. The Eagles Landing Community Garden will be installed onsite at a housing shelter for veterans. The new garden will reduce food budgets while producing nutritious food. The new community space will aid in the development of stronger community through cooperative endeavors and increased self-sufficiency.