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Officials issued "safety and sanitary rules" for the 97 gardens, most restrictive being limiting 35 people allowed in a garden at any given time.
In this garden, cheerful daffodils and delicate ferns and lilting birdsong pay homage to a little girl named Amanda Carter, who was killed by a drunk driver when she was eight years old. It was March 11, 1990.
30 volunteers designated “Water Heroes” embarked on an eye-opening journey to discover where our water actually comes from, and discover a scary amount of plastic.
Today’s townships offer more than just a place to park your car and lay your head. Today, it’s all about finding a better quality of life.
To stay healthy you need to keep moving. Here are some really easy ways you can sneak some exercise into your day. Plus they are really fun to do.
What started as a hobby has led to a retirement investment, and the satisfaction of contributing to housing for the community.
Residents come together over fresh herbs and vegetables in this urban garden.
Refusing and reducing plastic use, especially single-use ones, will go a long way towards protecting Mother Earth.
The Dignity Kitchen Garden now not only grows its own vegetables but also offers opportunities to train disadvantaged youth. A community comes together to turn an empty patch of land into a thriving garden
Exercise in disguise: five ways to burn calories without hitting the gym.