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Gardening

Tales of Marin's Community Gardens

Melanie Wong | Oct 10, 202005:00 PM    

"There are a myriad of people and places growing healthy food in our community. These include school gardens, neighborhood community gardens, and institutional gardens that enhance food security, provide space to exercise, and build community. All can share the bounty with those in need. Our newly re-published booklet, A Garden for Everyone tells the tales of a variety of these community gardens in Marin, whose gardeners, managers, and educators make the benefits of gardening available to so many. Join the movement to support community gardens across Marin County! . . "

School and Community Gardens - UC Marin Master Gardeners

marinmg.ucanr.edu
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