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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Community garden starts third year; open to all

By Summer Hall
University of Kentucky School of Journalism and Telecommunications

Midway's community garden, located on the property of the Midway Presbyterian Church, is starting its third year. John Davis is a member of the church and an active leader for the garden. He explains what it is and how it works.

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Davis says hundreds of pounds of produce has come from the garden over the past few years. "It’s an open garden, so anyone can come in and take what they want," he said. "And anyone can come plant what they want." For written details on the garden, click here.

1 comment:

Marcie Christensen said...

The Community Garden is a treasure. Thought you might enjoy seeing 'The Rules', which are posted on the back of the garden sign - They begin with "This garden is for every one who is hungry....Hungry for food, hungry for nature, hungry for community, hungry for new creation." read the rest of the rules at http://franciscosfarm.org/garden.htm or better yet, go visit the garden. :)