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Originally posted on Maryland Grows:
This is a good time to think about what worked and what didn’t work so well in our 2018 garden spaces. What was unexpected, which weeds and diseases were challenging, how can we prevent problems…
Wagon Hill Community Garden closes it’s Tenth! gardening season on November 3, 2018. The idea of creating a Durham based organic community garden was initiated by Suzanne MacDonald. Dennis Meadows masterminded the administrative process of setting up the garden, negotiating with the Town … Continue reading
Hershey Gardens, 15 miles east of Harrisburg, sits on a hill overlooking Hershey Park. The gardens were started in 1937 by Milton Hershey as a 3.5 acre rose garden for the local residents. Today, it includes 23 acres with 275 … Continue reading
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Officer Michelle Murch, Officer Joe Caproni, and their partners CJ and Rasa, will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Dover Mounted Patrol tomorrow. Mounted patrol officers serve as first responders as well as contributing to positive community relations, search … Continue reading