You can grow your own food. And we can help!

Thanks to a Sow It Forward grant from Kitchen Gardener's International, Bradford Elementary...

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Harvey, who was rescued from an abandoned warehouse, helps Sue Hobbs tie strings for pole beans.

Our partner and land donor is Cats Haven, Indy's oldest no kill cat shelter.  We are fortunate...

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Troop 43 drives fence posts

The Batavia Community Garden took a completely new turn this season fighting back against...

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Zoonie Organics had an adventurous spring.  Over 70 students in 4th, 5th, and 6th grades in...

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Watering the new vegetable gardens after a hard day's work!

Everybody knows that you cant teach a hungry child, nor a sick child. That's why at The Green...

Lack of funding unfortunately put a halt to the garden project at the Trinity County Juvenile...

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School is out!  The Highland Youth Garden hosted over 150 students from Highland Elementary...




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