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Our Raptor Roots Garden at Rose Park Elementary is flourishing! Eight teachers, one parent, two...

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It's been a beautiful and sunny spring here in Spokane, Washington.  We've had a bumper crop of...

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What do you do when you want to grow a garden but have no land? You get creative. That’s what we...

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Hi folks: After many years of gardening in a postage stamp yard on pots in a rental, we got a home!!! I was in heaven with the idea of having a real garden again and lots of fruit trees. To my dismay, it looks like my home is in the middle of an area where there is radium contamination. According to the newspapers, 9 children have had brain cancer, but the authorities deny any association. Rumor has it Pratt Whitney has had a leak of rocket...
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Na Pu'uwai's Adult Day Care has received a grant from "Sow it Forward" Program enabling us to...

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