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Introducing the Teaching Garden

May 20, 2010

The teaching garden has inspired so many people to join and participate.  We are creating a series of gardens such as herb, kitchen, medicinal, medieval etc so people can touch, feel, smell and eat the produce.The first steps to till the field which ws used as a hayfield.  This is being done today, May 20, 2010. The /Reelfood Program// design /to promote healthy lifestyles by screening food documentaries, teaching the merits of growing and eating locally produced foods, incorporating the following:Community gardens and backyard/home farming; * Educational component; planting, caring, and canning/preserving * Resources, support and mentorship; and * Cooking nutritiously /The Reelfood/ /Program// /is an educational community outreach initiative to teach residents about ease of planting and harvesting fresh, organic fruits, berries, herbs and vegetables on their own property and become more sustainable

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