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The Frenchboro School, located on a remote island in northern Maine, is excited to begin indoor...

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Oh...btw...wondering if Starbucks saves used coffee grounds for gardeners nationwide? It is an excellent source for FREE fertilizer! Start asking and you might learn a great bit of gardening info. I have found many of the cashiers in the grocery store don't even know about it. Our local Starbucks has special labels printed out that say "FREE" so you can put it in you cart while shopping and then not get a price check delay @ the cash register!!
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Ok- just put the final edit on our grant application. Hope for the best for our school! Go Webster Elem.!
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Basket Plants online in UK

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