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The following is a summary of actions taken thus far with the Sow It Forward Project.

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The first year of our garden is underway, and we're excited to share some of the stories we've...

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In his 5th grade  classroom, Brian is difficult to engage and has a hard time focusing on...

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Increasing the intake of nutritional food while leading a busy lifestyle is a question often...

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Volunteers discussing how to separate the beds to create mounds for our corn to grow!

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