The parent gardening group at North Coventry elementary school has done a superb job of managing and maintaining the gardens there this summer. Despite very hot–and then very wet–weather, the gardens look great, are weed-free, and still producing a variety of great organic foods.

Many school families suffered during the recent flooding, and the local food pantry was also flooded out. Not to worry–the produce from the school garden is going right to those who need it in the school community.

Deb Savage and Anjanette Selvaggio have done a exemplary job of leading the group in charge of the garden to a new level of productivity. We are so glad to see this.

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North Coventry School Gardens: Feeding those flooded out by Lee

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