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June 09, 2008



Great! That's a fantastic video.


Jennifer, I would just like to compliment you on this effort, specifically, but also more generally on your commitment to finding ways to provide food free of synthetic chemicals to people with limited means. I myself am very frustrated by the fact that I need to charge such high prices for the food I produce in order to basically just break even. I hope some day to be able to offer what I raise at discounted rates to people who would not ordinarily be able to afford it.

I hope that others are inspired by your efforts.


Very, very inspiring. Congratulations on the garden.


Jennifer, this is wonderful! Kudos to all who had a hand in the garden! Whenever I see an empty lot, I always wish I could put in a community garden plot to help feed the people and empower them to be able to choose to eat fresh, nutritious food. Your church has gone ahead and done that. God bless all of your efforts.


Congratulations - this is SO inspiring!!

Jill Hurst-Wahl

When I asked you about community gardens in Syracuse, I had not yet watched this. (I often save interesting blog posts to read later.) WOW! Congrats on doing this! Your church and your community are lucky to have you and others who are willing to put forth this type of effort.

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