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Hannah Piercey
March 13th, 2015
Two years ago, Nicole Cotroneo Jolly was struck by a somewhat startling realization as she prepared dinner.  "I'm a journalist and I'm also a cook," she recalls. "I've always been intensely curious about my food. I was cooking and pouring a bag of lentils. In that moment, I stopped and thought, I don't know what a lentil plant looks like. I don't know how...
Kyle Cornforth
February 13th, 2015
I met with a young professional this morning who had asked me if I could take some time to share what I know about the movement for garden-based education. He is hoping to move into the field and wondering what types of opportunities for...
Jonathan Arbuckle
January 30th, 2015
Justin: "It was great to be able to give back to the community; doing so gave me a great sense of pride. The garden is helping to fill a gap between our generation and a younger generation. We came together with elementary students to...

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