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I submitted the grant request. Should I expect an email?
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Paula Solomon posted a status update 
While I'm on my sickbed with this awful bug that's going around, I get a little relief by thinking of our 2013 Escanaba SDA Community Service Center's Garden project. Last year was our First year at attempting a garden for our Food Pantry and I have to say that our attempt was blessed by God! EVERYTHING grew like crazy even in the HOT, DRY weather we had! The only things that didn't succeed were the few peas that we planted and the tomatoes....
DonRosenberg posted a status update 
Vegetable Recipes Needed..... Please help me with my third book, “The Organic Gardener’s Cookbook.” Share your recipes that involve freshly harvested produce, either one vegetable or combinations! Meat is also OK to be included. Include a photo and the story behind the dish if possible. Please make it look like a recipe with ingredients, amounts, preparation instructions, and cooking times. Everyone whose recipe is used in the book will be...
Where do I say thank you for your support of community gardens? THANK YOU
Batavia Community Garden posted a status update 
Where do I say thank you for your support of community gardens? THANK YOU
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Biogardening posted a status update 
Food is not just a matter of picking a basket at the shopping mall.It is more than money can buy. Growing natural organic food means getting back to the roots.Getting in touch with the natural tastes,varieties and enabling biological cycles to suport us.Supporting training and extension among small farmers. This is our preocupation and concern at Bio Gardening Innovations.
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