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Posted on: Jun 30, 2015

This year at the Rumford Family Center, a 12-bed emergency shleter for homeless families, our See

Tom from Rhinelander Wisconsin received Plants for his garden
Terri Timmers
Posted on: Jun 30, 2015

The Rhinelander Area Food Pantry and Community Garden’s primary purpose is to provide fresh healt

community garden
Posted on: Jun 30, 2015

The Hope Harvest Community Garden located at Franklin Memorial Hospital in Farmington, Maine is u

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.

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

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!
Posted on: Jun 29, 2015

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




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