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Spring Comes Early at the Raising Richland Garden Summit

Story By: Lauren Artino



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  Original Published: 3/13/2014

The Fourth Annual Raising Richland Community Garden Summit drew a crowd at the Longview Center.

The event's purpose, to support gardeners throughout our area, swap resources, share best practices and much more. Sophia Buggs, owner of Lady Buggs Farm and Cheryl Harner, an avid gardener and environmental educator shared their stories and extensive knowledge of gardening with the audience. The Raising Richland Network is organized by the NECIC.

You can also support local community gardens by volunteering at a garden near you, donating seeds, plants or garden supplies. If you're interested in volunteering or starting your own community garden, call the NECIC at 419-525-3101.

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