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Opequon Presbyterian Church Community garden

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I’m Anne Staley. An environmentalist from Camden, New Jersey, who is on a quest to making this Earth a better, brighter, cleaner place to live.
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One Roosevelt Middle School student didn't let crutches stop him from joining in the fun of...

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These fourth graders, skipped their morning recess to help harvest. Working as a team they carefully picked their crops and were ecstatic to see how much was collected in one harvest. Little hands with big hearts serving their community.

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Community Table Garden- Gaia Memphis

Hello! The Gaia Memphis Community Table Garden is up and running! And thriving! We currently...

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A Sweet Thank You : Sugar Cane

The Sow it Forward Grant installed drip irrigation in a portion of the garden at JWHS, a...

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Ray was born in the deep country in Alabama in the 1950’s. His family grew all their own food...

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