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Cecilie Garden volunteers in Potsdam use hoes, shovels and their barehands to get the garden ready for planting.
Cecilie Garden volunteers in Potsdam use hoes, shovels and their barehands to get the garden ready for planting.

Digging In: Volunteers Kick Off Community Gardening Season

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Dozens of gardening volunteers prepped two community gardens in Canton and Potsdam yesterday for another growing season. The gardens are being tended by students from SUNY-Potsdam and members of the Unitarian-Universalist Church in Canton through "UShare", a congregation project to grow vegetables for food pantries. All the produce from the two gardens will be delivered to St. Lawrence County foodshelves during the harvest. Todd Moe spoke with some of the volunteers in the Cecilie Garden yesterday afternoon.

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Todd Moe
Morning Host and Producer

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