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40 min ago | Andover Advertiser
Volunteers from around the village came together to sow poppies seeds in time to commemorate the war at the sensory garden Volunteers from around the village came together to sow poppies seeds in time to commemorate the war at the sensory garden - an area specifically designed to mark the occasion.
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4 hrs ago | Basildon Recorder
Peter Skingle, from Basildon , is one of 130 NSPCC staff, volunteers and campaigners across the country who have been asked to write a thoughtprovoking message to mark the 130th anniversary of the charity.
8 hrs ago | Journal Gazette
She and the other volunteers at the St. Patrick's soup kitchen in Terre Haute depend on the many pounds of fresh vegetables donated each week by the Wabash Valley Master Gardeners Association from their Giving Garden at the Wabash Valley Fairgrounds.
Screaming for more water, RCMP Auxiliary Constable recruit Brad Wahl spread his red eyes wide open as an assistant sprayed them with a garden hose.
Since 2007, a group of a dozen or so professional women - most retired, but some still working - have gathered monthly to sip some wine, socialize, dine on homemade soup and share dessert, then, most importantly, write checks of $50 to $100 each directed to a South Sound charitable group that can use a helping hand.
Offenders doing community payback will be brought in to work on the plants at the 'garden of hope' in Livingstone Road.
While you are still in the growing mood. If you are like me you want to continue your garden into the winter time.
WEBB's Garden Centre in Wychbold has transformed an area of its Riverside Gardens into a showcase of self-sufficient gardening.
Summer: It's the perfect time for a science lesson. But we're not talking about sitting the kids down with a stack of text books "Kids like hands-on science," Gabe Costa, a teacher at Mansfield City Schools' Spanish Immersion School, said.
Gardens coordinator Jaleta Grissom, at left, visits with Frances Prater as she cores and chops a tomato for a recipe being prepared in the Riverview Terrace kitchen.
Imaginative gardeners don't see tough terrain quite the way other people do. To a husband-and-wife gardening team in Chilliwack, the raw subdivision moonscape around them was a source of rough soil they could use to terrace the steep dropoff behind their newly constructed home.
Reader Matt Toland saw this tree with long chains of flowers in Washington, D.C. He wonders if it would be good to grow in Sacramento.
From an updated furnace and hot-water heater, to a screened-in porch and detached garage at the rear, and a front-lawn hideaway affectionately labeled "Pebble Beach," 445 Stevens St. has plenty of assets that make one forget its place at the busy corner with Parker Street in Lowell's Upper Highlands neighborhood.
YOUNGSTERS at St Mary's Primary School in Purton spent an afternoon showing off their green-fingered skills to parents in a cross-curricula event about gardens.
At the Green Spot, landscaping is more than just plants, it's about a holistic approach to your natural surroundings.
Four hundred and 50 pounds of tomatoes, 300 pounds of tomatillos, 20 pounds of lettuce a week and 950 pizzas.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 08:55 am
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