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Bryce's first time in a garden planting potatoes

This spring Bryce came to the garden with his class mates to plant potatoes. He had never been...

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Laurie Burhoe posted a status update 
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Laurie Burhoe posted a status update 
Here at the LOCAL Garden in Bath we have had a very successful spring and early summer with many field trips filling the 42 raised beds with potatoes, beets, carrots, greens, peas, tomatoes, sunflowers, sweetpeas, eggplant and peppers!! Many of the children that come to us with their classes have never been to a garden before or worked with their hands in the dirt. Many times over this spring I have heard kids gasps at the sight of a worm and...
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Shivaratnamma, aged about 40 years, lives in Alanattha, a village coming under  administered...

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Shivaratnamma, aged about 40 years, lives in Alanattha, a village coming under  administered...

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