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Jack London Peace Garden

“When I started the horticulture class I began working with a group of strangers. Now I have...

    Having a garden is great, but what about the ones that don't have that privilege? Does that...

Working Hard in Garden

APPLICATION FOR THE PROJECT:  EVERGREEN URBAN FARM AND LEARNING CENTER

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Between venue fees, decorations, and food and drinks, the cost of a wedding will ramp up quickly...

Gone are the days of hiring someone to take care of every aspect of a wedding. Today’s brides...

Field of Greens Community Garden, New Haven, Conn. We have two mothers who have nine children...

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our potatoes are coming up nicely
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The 12th Street Plant A Row project consists of over 2,500 square feet of space where we grow...

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