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

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

Freedomfarm blogged  

How do you pass along the experience, will, determination, love, and excitement for what you do...

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Last spring East Bayside started the first meeting of an Edible Food Forest. That is probably no...

Taizz in our greenhouse in early, chilly spring harvesting her lettuce.

Taizz is a 7th grader in our school.  She is a quadraplegic who requires special assistance in...

Taizz in our greenhouse in early, chilly spring harvesting her lettuce.

Taizz is a 7th grader in our school.  She is a quadraplegic who requires special assistance in...

Children's Center blogged  
Putting on the (gardening) gloves: Let's get ready to GARDEN!

We have been developing a strong garden-to-table program here at the Children’s Center for...

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On June 11, Healthy Community Coalition (HCC) in Farmington, Maine held an event at the Hope...

michael blogged  
Tiny carrot

At the Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA-VT), we have a small but thriving...

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