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The tire garden project implemented at God’s Golden Acre in Cato Ridge, South Africa, intended...

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The Life Haven Garden is active and growing. May was the perfect time to start the garden with...

Lyman Moore has recently used the KGI grant money to purchase and assemble materials for a hoop...

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This grant was a great opportunity that allowed many children to experience gardening in a whole new positive way:-)

The Skowhegan Maine Preschool Gardening Project positively impacted several children and...

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Deyu Li and his wife have been attending Goodrich-Gannett Neighborhood Center (GGNC) for over...

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Thanks to the generosity of Kitchen Gardeners International, we were able to purchase much-...

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