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Mrs. Robinson
Posted on: Jun 29, 2013

The Kihei Charter Middle School garden serves as an outdoor classroom and food garden for approxi

amccarty
Posted on: Jun 28, 2013

Quaker's vegetable garden is a true manifestation of Matthew 7:7 "Ask and it will be given to you

ACCESS Medford Food Share Garden
nking
Posted on: Jun 28, 2013

Thank you so much for our Sow It Forward grant!  It means we now have row cover cloth protection

Grow Green Rochester
Posted on: Jun 28, 2013

The Grow Green Garden in Rochester, NY has had a very busy and exciting spring and early summer.

Friends Life Community Garden
Krishondal
Posted on: Jun 28, 2013

Since receiving our "Sow it Forward” grant we have been working diligently to get our community g

LilySiebert
Posted on: Jun 28, 2013

Here in Kansas, the Growing Food, Growing Health School Garden Projects are reveling in a slightl

Guests at out Rumford Family Center Emergency Shelter assist in putting in our new garden
mmcentee
Posted on: Jun 28, 2013

At the Rumford Family Center, a 12 bed emergency shelter for homeless families, we were busy this

danielleveldman710
Posted on: Jun 27, 2013

Thanks to KGI for “Sowing It Forward” with Baxter Community Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan!

Yarmouth Commun...
Posted on: Jun 27, 2013

Yarmouth Community Garden harvested its first lettuces, spinach, chard and micro greens last week

Senior gardeners harvest collard greens and kale from the BSCAH Urban Farm. These seniors participated in our Health 360 program and worked with the Green Teens to start high-yield planters in their home gardens.
cklynch2
Posted on: Jun 27, 2013

The Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger (BSCAH) Urban Farm has undergone monumental progress during

bellm
Posted on: Jun 27, 2013

Angele Cupples Community Garden includes eight 4 x 12-foot beds that are designated solely for gr

K9FindM
Posted on: Jun 27, 2013

Just wanted to check in - have been quite busy this summer.

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