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Dennis at the Harvesting HOPE Community Garden in Alfred, Maine

In 2005 I was homeless and living at a shelter in Alfred, Maine, suffering from untreated mental...

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The Auburn Middle School is so grateful for the $300.00 grant awarded to us this spring. The grant allowed us to purchase much needed loam and organic compost to fill newly constructed beds last summer. We were able to purchase some blueberry and raspberry plants for the school. We also bought some lumbar to build a new potato bin. Our tech teacher and a couple students decided to take this little project on! They did a great job...and it's...

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