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Melissa and Lenny Daigneault

We also encourage all of our gardeners to donate from their own bountiful harvests. The support...

Waterboro Community Garden blogged  

Rural York County struggles with food insecurity issues more than you would think. There is an...

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Breanna taking inventory of Frenchboro's indoor garden and planting seeds in the school's hydroponic garden

Breanna is a second grader at the Frenchboro School, a one-room island schoolhouse, and is one...

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Raspberry Quinoa Flour Muffins

This is my first foray into cooking with quinoa flour. Quinoa is 100% gluten free and it seems...

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Raspberry Quinoa Flour Muffins

This is my first foray into cooking with quinoa flour. Quinoa is 100% gluten free and it seems...

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tomato supports and trellises

Tomatoes are happy to grow every which way, rightside up, upside down, left and right. So why...

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