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The Starflower Experience program has been an integral part of Speech-Language therapeutic...

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The Breaking Ground agricultural program at Houlton High School in Houlton, Maine,...

Lisa M. rents 2 raised beds at the Jubilee Shores Garden of Eatin' in Fairhope, AL. There is too...

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Lisa M. rents 2 of our raised beds to grow vegetables to help feed her extended family. There is too much shade at her home to do so. Because she can grow her own vegetables organically, she knows she has better nutrition than she could otherwise afford. She has also been able to make sure her pregnant daughter is eating well. Lisa is also teaching her grandchildren to love eating vegetables. Her 11 year old grandson will eat a quart of her cherry tomatoes in one sitting.
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Lisa M. rents 2 of our raised beds to grow vegetables to help feed her extended family. There is too much shade at her home to do so. Because she can grow her own vegetables organically, she knows she has better nutrition than she could otherwise afford. She has also been able to make sure her pregnant daughter is eating well. Lisa is also teaching her grandchildren to love eating vegetables. Her 11 year old grandson will eat a quart of her cherry tomatoes in one sitting.
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San Isidro’s Garden,  a community garden at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in Aloha, OR is once...

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