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Steve Campkin Mar 17
Let's start planting our yards and public parks with community gardens and there will be more than enough for all.
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Food is Free Tacoma Sep 1
Pressing cider today. Bring your own jug and pick some up. Google Tacoma Urban Farm for directions.
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Merryn Griffiths Sep 11
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Food is Free Tacoma Aug 31
The main tables at Tacoma Urban Farm have 100s of pounds of apples and pears along with squash, beets, and plums.
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Food is Free Tacoma Sep 3
Fresh corn, cucumbers, carrots, tomatillos,squash,tomatoes, plums, peppers, pears, and apples on the main tables. Google Tacoma Urban Farm for directions.
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Belinda Coates Apr 30
Do yourself a favour and warm your heart by watching this 5min story with on Gardening Australia about the Ballarat laneway and greenspace initiatives. Founded by local legend and community activator Lou Ridsdale:
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MsLinesandCurves Sep 4
Thanks to the students of we’ve got some gorgeous tomatoes 🍅 and and for a mason jar salad 🥗 This was our pilot food project and it’s going to be bigger and better this year!
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Lynds Aug 23
9 year anniversary of the movement! WOWEEE!!!
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Open Government Apr 13
Replying to @FOIcentric
This the website for the group.
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Tanya Anderson 🌱 Lovely Greens Feb 18
We need one of these maps for every community! --> Interactive fruit tree map highlights free food in Toronto
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Model Julianne Ruth Aug 3
Such treasures to share with the neighborhood from our garden! @ Food is Free PDX
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Tina Dec 20
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Ashley Davis Jun 12
'Let's plant gardens and fruit trees that outlive us! " Amen
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Lorraine Tighe Jan 21
Love this! Lou Ridsdale chatting with and great leadership from to support this fantastic initiative a great grassroots movement to connect and nourish the community
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Merete X 🇩🇰 🇺🇲🌎 Jun 19
Had I known that gardening was a such a dissident thing to do, I would have done more of it, and sooner!
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Dilli Chris Dec 18
Replying to @JackieNartt
Thank God dem no dey food on Christmas....
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brenna Aug 14
Community gardens in lower-income areas do make a difference. A successful start to the low-income family initiative, Bags of Plenty
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Preserving My Sanity Aug 20
We finally had some extra produce from the garden after a slow start, so our “Extras” stand now has 4 bags of green beans, a few bunches of cilantro, and some chili peppers. ❤️ It’s so fun to share!
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iampoorandneedy Aug 15
... this week's & for the st_thomas_episcopal @ Northside, Richmond, Virginia
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Model Julianne Ruth Aug 22
Came home to lovely fruits ripe to share!
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