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Glen Rizzie
Posted on: Jun 3, 2014

In 2006, federal authorities raided a medical marijuana grow operation in which I was involved, T

Opequon Presbyterian Church Community garden
JoelleValentiCafaro
Posted on: Jun 3, 2014

Colleen looks forward to the fresh produce offered at the Highland Pantry.

farmerneo
Posted on: Jun 3, 2014

One Roosevelt Middle School student didn't let crutches stop him from joining in the fun of build

These fourth graders, skipped their morning recess to help harvest. Working as a team they carefully picked their crops and were ecstatic to see how much was collected in one harvest. Little hands with big hearts serving their community.
mitchellworldof...
Posted on: Jun 2, 2014

Today, our Kitchen Gardeners International spotlight is on the Billy Mitchell Elementary

cheffernan
Posted on: Jun 2, 2014

RSU 18 Messalonskee High School Greenhouse Garden Club held a Global Youth Service D

Community Table Garden- Gaia Memphis
Gaiamemphis
Posted on: May 30, 2014

Hello! The Gaia Memphis Community Table Garden is up and running! And thriving!

A Sweet Thank You : Sugar Cane
Expanding Oppor...
Posted on: May 30, 2014

The Sow it Forward Grant installed drip irrigation in a portion of the garden at JWHS, a children

Hope Community
Posted on: May 29, 2014

Ray was born in the deep country in Alabama in the 1950’s.

Rheney Williams
Posted on: May 25, 2014

 

home-grown potatoes
John Atkinson
Posted on: May 23, 2014

Potatoes are popular crops, which are used for different culinary purposes.

sbutow
Posted on: May 22, 2014

Sometimes famililes find themselves in some pretty desperate situations.  This year our garden he

edry
Posted on: May 21, 2014

In the past several months, seven-year-old Alina Rosario, a second grader at Alex Sanger Elementa

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