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Middle school students in the Life Skills Program at Cony School (Augusta, ME) work alongside FoodCorps Service Member Caroline Moore to fill the raised beds they built.
caroline.moore@...
Posted on: Jun 19, 2015

It took a while, but spring finally came to Maine!

SafeHouse
Posted on: Jun 19, 2015

When Mark was searching for the right Eagle Scout Project, nothing was connecting with his heart.

Lillie Vitelli
Posted on: Jun 19, 2015

Gardens stimulate growth and promote all sorts of blossoming.  Involvement in our school garden h

Waterboro Commu...
Posted on: Jun 19, 2015

In May 2015 Waterboro Community Garden teamed up with the local gardening club, Ossipee Meadows,

Melissa and Lenny Daigneault
Waterboro Commu...
Posted on: Jun 19, 2015

We also encourage all of our gardeners to donate from their own bountiful harvests.

Waterboro Commu...
Posted on: Jun 19, 2015

Rural York County struggles with food insecurity issues more than you would think.

Lesvia, Katherine and David Castillo
Katie Tong
Posted on: Jun 18, 2015

In spite of a record-breaking winter in Boston, Massachusetts, the 2015 season at the Wel

bill browning
Posted on: Jun 18, 2015

 Community came together to assist residents of Volunteers of America's Senior Housing program in

University of Kansas Alternative Break Community Garden Volunteers
kchapman
Posted on: Jun 18, 2015

It has been a strange spring here in Kansas - Mother Nature has been unseasonably wet and cool.

bsctc
Posted on: Jun 18, 2015

The Big Sandy Community and Technical College’s Community Garden located in Prestonsburg, Kentuck

mrsatyler
Posted on: Jun 18, 2015

We have been blessed this year in many ways.

US Open Golf Li...
Posted on: Jun 18, 2015

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