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TIME TO GET GROWING

Growing vegetables and fruit is a rewarding exercise for children. Not only do they get to enjoy eating the end result, they also learn practical skills and feel connected to nature. For some kids,, and we can’t wait to see all of the fresh produce that our fledgling farmers grow!

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