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Somerset County Jail purchased 13 apple trees with a KGI grant.  This was the basis for an...

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Project 197 volunteers watering the garden.

In May, our Project 197 team (located at 197 S. Main St., Marion, OH) constructed our second...

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Bats will be your night watch versus the hordes of garden vermin that invade your backyard during the night.

Dangerous creatures lurk the night. The fear of the dark is not irrational, for the mystery of...

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When life gives you lemons, first thank the bees and then make the lemonade.
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The Veterans' Garden Project touches so many including the Director- Michelle Angela, Garden...

Bruce Woolever teaches about small plot gardening.

The Perry County Food Bank Demonstration Garden, which is located next to the Perry County Food...

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Kaeley and the blueberries

The MHS Greenhouse is blooming with different projects this year -2015. Three projects that were...

Eliada's young students plant their garden.

Thanks to the Sow It Forward grant, Eliada’s 3 year old classroom in Asheville, NC has been able...

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