Santa Cruz's 'Food What?!' Program Reaches Out to Watsonville Community Garden

Jul 26, 2012 Full story:

Ana Rasmussen got a week's worth of work done at the Mi Jardin Verde, the community garden at All Saints Episcopal Church , in a single morning Wednesday, thanks to the skilled labor of a dozen i Food, What?! summer crew.A The teenagers built a mountain of a compost pile, hand weeded a garden plot one-eighth of an acre in size and built a trellis ... (more)

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Santa Cruz, CA

#1 Jul 26, 2012
The Food What group is the most awesome groupi i happen to work with them today at the Homeless garden and they really can do amazing things. thanks fw!

United States

#2 Jul 28, 2012
They seem awesome.

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