You can grow your own food. We can help.
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Cabria and Sir moved to a house behind the garden over the winter.  At first, they were very shy...

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Last summer, Isiah Harris was randomly assigned to work with Little Rock Summer of Solutions...

nancypincus blogged  

I read an article about "Plant a Row for the Hungry" and wanted to do my part.   But my small...

Paulo in the seedling nursery #SIF2014

Paulo survived a tragic East African famine as a small child because of his father’s courage and...

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Emily and her Mom at the community garden, after planting tomatoes.

What a wonderful year we have had gardening in South Paris, ME.  Our Friends, Family and Fun 4-H...

The Begining :

With the support of KGI we started the project - Urban Agriculture...

The Begining :

With the support of KGI we started the project - Urban Agriculture...

pmccartney blogged  
Ka Hale Pomaika`i Abundant Summer

Aloha Ka Kou (Hi everyone),

Ka Hale Pomaika`i's Victory farm has been very productive...

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Jubilee Women’s Center in Seattle, Washington, USA was thrilled to receive a grant from Kitchen...

Manuel came to the United States in 1979 from Guanajuato, Mexico. He worked for many years ...

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