You can grow your own food. And we can help!
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Excited to be a part of the KGI family and can't wait to get planting
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Loving all this stuff and wanting to be a part of this movement
Jackson Street Youth Shelter posted a status update 
Even though it's freezing here in the Willamette Valley, JSYSI is ready to start thinking about warm Summer crops!
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Which is better: hot or cold composting?
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As we have had a fairly mild winter to date, we are still eating kale fresh picked.

pmacleish posted a status update 
2012 was my first attempt at being a member of a community garden, and my first attempt at gardening in years. Had a great time, and got some results. Looking forward to 2013!
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