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Women Harvesting Vegetables at the Garden
Posted on: Jun 22, 2015

Through our Family Support Program, we initiated our Kasala Community School Demonstration Garden

Phyllis Pugnetti
Posted on: Jun 22, 2015

Education is the main goal of the Heirloom Garden in Yakima, WA.

St. Luke's UMC Pantry Garden
MaryEllen St.Angelo
Posted on: Jun 20, 2015

Rosa and her family are at the Crooked Creek Food Pantry for the first time.

Deborah Caldwell
Posted on: Jun 19, 2015

Dear Kitchen Garden International, 

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.
Posted on: Jun 19, 2015

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

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




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