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3-year old Maggie helped move that bucket of compost and worked through emptying it herself!
Growing Food Forward
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3-year old Maggie with her co-volunteers in the almost complete Children's Learning Gardens in Rifle, CO. (Tonight we finish filling the 2 remaining self-wicking raised beds and keyhole garden and wood-chip the paths so the cardboard weed barrier is no longer visible. Maggie won't be there tonight though because she has a baby brother as of yesterday morning!)
Growing Food Forward
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One of 3-year old Maggie's favorite things to do is water and she's looking for the spot where she left off!
Growing Food Forward
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3-year old Maggie wants the gardens built and planted so she can deliver produce to others so she jumped in and helped cement the donated 1800's bricks in the keyhole garden!
Growing Food Forward
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3-year old Maggie loves the worms she dug out of the compost. (We built a worm farm at Yampah Mountain High School using part of our KGI grant.)
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