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Massey Farms posted a status update 
Our family has a few acres and are looking to feed ourselves and neighbors from the food we could possibly grow. When I saw the opportunity for possible grants to help us with the process, I figured this may be a great time to try and get funding to help.
Massey Farms posted a status update 
Our family has a few acres and are looking to feed ourselves and neighbors from the food we could possibly grow. When I saw the opportunity for possible grants to help us with the process, I figured this may be a great time to try and get funding to help.
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Raspberry Quinoa Flour Muffins

This is my first foray into cooking with quinoa flour. Quinoa is 100% gluten free and it seems...

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Lumbung Winih (Seed Barn) KIBAR Garden of Kediri, Indonesia has been launched in the beginning...

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Summer is officially here, which means that the urge to till the soil and watch your garden grow...

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Women Harvesting Vegetables at the Garden

Through our Family Support Program, we initiated our Kasala Community School Demonstration...

Phyllis Pugnetti blogged  

Education is the main goal of the Heirloom Garden in Yakima, WA. The grant from KGI has helped...

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Check out our farm-style take on speed dating -- consider helping your school's students meet their matches in your weed patches!
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Check out our farm-style take on speed dating -- consider helping your school's students meet their matches in your weed patches!

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