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The Town & Country Learning Center Community Garden has been thriving! With help from the Sow It Foward Grant, we purchased compost to amend our soil, as well as some much-needed tools to increase our productivity. We now have a happy worm composting project going so that we can hopefully produce our own fertilizer from now on! Additionally, part of the sales from the produce that has been sold at our little farmers market funded a youth...
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Hi, my name is Amina, I am the garden coordinator for Chadash Sanctuary Garden in...

Former refugee women won't let small kids or difficult work keep them from helping their community!

Most of the gardeners at the Spencer Garrett Community Garden in Aurora, Colorado, are former...

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Arbor Terrace resident and staff planting raised bed garden

Thanks to our two new raised beds we were able to purchase with the KGI grant, Arbor Terrace...

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The La Plant Grows Its Own Food! project is entering the 2015 growing season with...

June 20, 2015 brought together 5 of the 6 resident-owned manufactured housing communities in...

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