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Arbor Terrace resident and staff planting raised bed garden

Thanks to our two new raised beds we were able to purchase with the KGI grant, Arbor Terrace...

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The La Plant Grows Its Own Food! project is entering the 2015 growing season with...

June 20, 2015 brought together 5 of the 6 resident-owned manufactured housing communities in...

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The Woodford Primary School garden project started with the help of the 3 community farmers...

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The La Plant Grows Its Own Food! project is flourishing! After some rough spring weather (a blizzard on Mother's Day, followed by perpetually cold, frosty weather), things are finally growing! With the generous Sow It Forward Grant, we purchased pepper and tomato plant seedlings as well as additional seeds. The children are actively in the garden each day, tending to their seeds and the new garden bed expansion project! Take a look!
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