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We wrote our request for funds to help with setting up on-site storage, but found out much later that the cemetery had applied for - and was granted - substantial funds to buy a custom-built shed AND fence the entire perimeter for us! We have had only one small incident of vandalism – compared to last year, that’s a HUGE improvement! We’ve been able to make use of the KGI grant for lots of other things to help our garden grow this summer. We...

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. This is my first garden ever in life, and I think I have a pretty good idea, but how much space should I leave between rows? Also I read about using mulch to help with weeds. Is the stuff Lowes has good for a vegetable garden?

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