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Noah Brod
Posted on: Jun 16, 2015

Good afternoon!

Justina Starr
Posted on: Jun 16, 2015

As a School Nurse at the Sustainability Academy at Lawrence Barnes, in Burlington, VT,

Jess Sorci teaches a class on nutrition in the garden
Posted on: Jun 16, 2015

We used our grant money to purchase training aids.  We bought an outdoor bulletin board so we cou

Mama Sharifa adding compost to a tomato plant as her two year old observes
Julio Pachon
Posted on: Jun 16, 2015

This year has not been an easy one for Mama Sharifa. In fact, the last five years haven't been.

Filbert Chundu
Posted on: Jun 15, 2015
Filbert Chundu
Posted on: Jun 15, 2015


Duke Jackson and Kelly Ann Maes build up the greenhouse beds
Posted on: Jun 15, 2015

The Fort Lewis College (FLC) Environmental Center’s Campus Garden in Durango, Colorado is home no

Posted on: Jun 15, 2015

ECASARD EDUCATIONAL GARDEN which has the aim of educating food insecured people, students and fam

Posted on: Jun 14, 2015

These young people are hard at work, but taking a break to pose for a few photos.

Gainesville RYDC
Posted on: Jun 11, 2015

Our garden has taken off beautifully !

ron lenth
Posted on: Jun 10, 2015

In 2014, 5,283 pounds of fresh vegetables were grown at our Waverly Community Sharing Garden and

Muir Elementary
Posted on: Jun 10, 2015

Five classrooms worked in 30 minute shifts to dig a trench and lay PEX water line.




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