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Planning a new garden for 2015! This will make the third space that POP will turn into a thriving place!
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I am looking for a space for a community organic garden in Streator Illinois. All volunteers would be able to use the garden bounty and all the rest would be sold at flee market for with proceeds to feed the hungry and homeless. If you are interested in helping or donating land, time and resources...please contact me.
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Our kindergarten has 20 kids, our teachers and kids want to grow vegetables for our kids to eat because 1) In Ukraine economic situation is very difficult because of the war 2) healthy food Please, forgive my English, it is not my native language Alona Sahanda Ukraine

Next week is the beginning of Spring Semester and this means we will be off and running with our...

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