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Freedomfarm
Posted on: Jun 24, 2014

How do you pass along the experience, will, determination, love, and excitement for what you do o

EBNO
Posted on: Jun 23, 2014

Last spring East Bayside started the first meeting of an Edible Food Forest.

Taizz in our greenhouse in early, chilly spring harvesting her lettuce.
michaelm3890@sb...
Posted on: Jun 23, 2014

Taizz is a 7th grader in our school.  She is a quadraplegic who requires special assistance in ev

Putting on the (gardening) gloves: Let's get ready to GARDEN!
Children's Center
Posted on: Jun 23, 2014

We have been developing a strong garden-to-table program here at the Children’s Center for severa

nditata
Posted on: Jun 23, 2014

On June 11, Healthy Community Coalition (HCC) in Farmington, Maine held an event at the Hope Harv

Tiny carrot
michael
Posted on: Jun 23, 2014

At the Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA-VT), we have a small but thriving g

Coggeshall Farm...
Posted on: Jun 22, 2014

This young man from the Trinity Academy for the Performing Arts School in Providence, RI visited

djt1000@bigpond.com
Posted on: Jun 22, 2014

Volunteers collected seeds and recycled some childrens books from the library to make some cute s

djt1000@bigpond.com
Posted on: Jun 22, 2014

Many people in the community expressed an interest in fungi and in particular, growing their own

djt1000@bigpond.com
Posted on: Jun 22, 2014

How wonderful it is to have such amazing volunteers creating and tending to our edible community

erenavandeventer
Posted on: Jun 21, 2014

Thanks to the grant received from Kitchen Gardeners International, Kibbutz El-Shammah's garden ha

Cygnet library garden and Port Cygnet Men's Shed volunteers and recycled seating
djt1000@bigpond.com
Posted on: Jun 21, 2014

Thanks to hardworking volunteers Cygnet Library’s Community Garden now has outdoor seating, creat

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