Promote the purchase, consumption and education of locally produced foods and products.
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“I’m amazed that anything grew! Carrot seeds were planted two inches in the ground,” relays Master Gardener and Boys & Girls Club of Douglas Youth Development Professional, Mary Sonesen. “We started our garden club by deciding what kind of vegetables we wanted to plant, then we worked the ground and purchased the seeds and plants. Each day I’d take a group of kids to the garden and with some guidance they did all of the planting. The next day they’d race to the garden expecting to see some overnight huge growth. I really didn’t know if I would be able to keep their attention throughout the process because kids are accustomed to instant gratification.”