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barbanddanwhit@...
Posted on: Jun 30, 2015

This picture is of more individuals than usual, but it really sums up our program.

Bryce's first time in a garden planting potatoes
Laurie Burhoe
Posted on: Jun 30, 2015

This spring Bryce came to the garden with his class mates to plant potatoes.

shivakumar
Posted on: Jun 30, 2015

Shivaratnamma, aged about 40 years, lives in Alanattha, a village coming under  administered unde

Oxford CGA
Posted on: Jun 29, 2015

As an integral aspect of the Oxford Community Garden in Oxford, MS, the Community Harvest team gr

cassie.lara
Posted on: Jun 29, 2015

Our young moms and staff have invested many hours in the hot spring/summer sun planting, watering

amarinda keys
Posted on: Jun 29, 2015

The Children’s Discovery Museum in Augusta, Maine has spent this spring and summer inco

Camp Susan Curtis
Posted on: Jun 29, 2015

As Outdoor Explorers Program Director at Camp Susan Curtis (and a CSC alum) I'm always looking fo

Chadash Community
Posted on: Jun 29, 2015

Hi, my name is Amina, I am the garden coordinator for Chadash Sanctuary Garden in Auror

Former refugee women won't let small kids or difficult work keep them from helping their community!
spencergarrett
Posted on: Jun 29, 2015

Most of the gardeners at the Spencer Garrett Community Garden in Aurora, Colorado, are former ref

Arbor Terrace resident and staff planting raised bed garden
BGreenleaf
Posted on: Jun 29, 2015

Thanks to our two new raised beds we were able to purchase with the KGI grant, Arbor Terrace resi

alex.simplysmiles
Posted on: Jun 29, 2015

The La Plant Grows Its Own Food!

ronaofmaine
Posted on: Jun 29, 2015

June 20, 2015 brought together 5 of the 6 resident-owned manufactured housing communities in Main

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