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Volunteers collected seeds and recycled some childrens books from the library to make some cute s
Many people in the community expressed an interest in fungi and in particular, growing their own
How wonderful it is to have such amazing volunteers creating and tending to our edible community
Thanks to the grant received from Kitchen Gardeners International, Kibbutz El-Shammah's garden ha
Thanks to hardworking volunteers Cygnet Library’s Community Garden now has outdoor seating, creat
Garden name: USM (University of Southern Maine) Community Garden
The Sow It Forward grant enabled us to give the gift of healthy food to many of our students and
EarthLinks was honored to receive its first Sow It Forwar
Our grant paid for a portion of the soil replacement costs.
After moving into an apartment next door, Vince, Jane and daughters joined the garden co-op this
Kamari Jenkens is an outgoing 5th grader who participated in the Hall Fletcher Elementary Garden
Recently I wrote about how kitchen gardens can help rehabilitate those whose lives have derailed.
KGI is a nonprofit community of over 30,000 people who are growing some of our own food and helping others to do the same.
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