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Pina and some of the members of the Guamuchil Community Garden finish painting the chicken ark.
raizdefondo
Posted on: Jun 30, 2014

Pina Torres Avilez is a retired schoolteacher, and while she has plenty of experiencing cultivati

ripplingwatersfarm
Posted on: Jun 30, 2014

Shown here, devouring his "6 plant part" salad, is Marty.

cnlgarden14
Posted on: Jun 30, 2014

The grand opening of the new, expanded site for the City of North Lauderdale's Community Garden i

CCC Green Program
Posted on: Jun 30, 2014

Green space is actually not so uncommon in Cambridge, Massachusetts; we have public parks, commun

sarahleyba
Posted on: Jun 30, 2014

Richland Gardens is a first year garden with a lot of room for growth.

Food Bank
Posted on: Jun 30, 2014

Victory Garden in Greeley, CO was established through a partnership between Weld Food Bank and Al

tscommunitygarden
Posted on: Jun 30, 2014

          Prentiss Weiss is a Master Gardener at the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust’s Tom Settlemir

vista
Posted on: Jun 30, 2014

The Moose Munch Hoop House project at the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank in Soldotna, Alaska provides

WACG
Posted on: Jun 30, 2014

Working to harvest the fresh veggies at the

Mrs. Owens gets a kick out of herbs and veggies at her school garden!
GermaineH.Jenkins
Posted on: Jun 30, 2014

Owens Christian Academy in North Charleston, SC is located within a food desert and Mrs.

All The World's Problems Can Be Solved In A Garden
lotsoffood
Posted on: Jun 30, 2014

Lots of Food's edible perennial food forest garden at the Rochester Public Market in Rochester, N

Beelerstreetgarden
Posted on: Jun 30, 2014

Recently, I had the chance to interview this sweet, 11 year old girl who can be found at the Beel

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