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Glastonbury Healing Gardens posted a status update 
Healing Gardens Cooperative was really happy to receive the funding from Kitchen Gardens International. Juliet Yelverton is passionate about bringing good health to the community and has herself found the gardens that have been cooperatively created, an enormous resource. Despite her very busy life, running Healing Waters Sanctuary and working with people suffering from trauma, she enjoys every available moment in the gardens, growing for the...
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Rheney Williams blogged  

Bright, beautiful lemons are one of my favorite things on the planet!

Not only is a slice...

ripplingwatersfarm blogged  

On the right of this picture stands Kaitlyn, a 5th grader at George E. Jack Elementary School in...

severs blogged  

Anthony is a hard, hard worker in the classroom, but learning doesn't come easily to him there....

ImWalrus blogged  

March usually signifies Spring and the beginning of nice gardening in the South.  This March,...

Vermont Works for Women helps women and girls recognize their potential and explore, pursue, and...

Frances Boudreaux blogged  

The Food Bank of Central Louisiana serves eleven parishes across the midsection of Louisiana. As...

Frances Boudreaux posted a status update 

         In our Appleton Roots Garden at Appleton Village School, we are using benches to...

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