You can grow your own food. And we can help!
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Chad Everett asked a question 
How to leverage gardeners to support local food pantries?
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NicoleB commented on StellaBella - status 133404506
I just joined and want to learn to grow indoors. My aim is to grow lots of veggies so I can afford to juice. I'm borderline diabetic and want to reboot my life. I also want to be an example for my Fiance so he can join me as well:) Need to know where to start?
NicoleB posted a status update 
Just joined this group and we are so excited! We are moving to Baltimore. Have a yard space and plenty of resolve and enthusiasm. Looking to learn and grow. More soon.

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mulschak commented on Roger Doiron question
Which is better: hot or cold composting?
Duke Community Garden commented on Union Community Garden - status 1456289835
Thrilled to be joining the campus farm world! Union University will hopefully begin our first campus garden this coming Spring!
Duke Community Garden commented on WSU Organic Farm - status 129222275
We're glad to see this new site! Excited to be a part of this educational movement.




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