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Statesboro's first community garden is taking shape
community garden
Around 20 people gathered on July 10 at a property on the corner of Bay Street and West Main to give input to what organizers hope will be Statesboro's first community garden. Photos below show what the garden could be like, once a local organization has come forward to oversee its operation, and the funds have been secured. (Photo by Eden Hodges/Special)
A community garden in Statesboro may soon be a reality. “People around Statesboro have been talking about the idea of a community garden for quite some time,” says Marcus Toole, resource development coordinator for Habitat for Humanity of Bulloch County. “Various organizations have kicked it about, but no one has pulled the trigger on starting a community garden.”
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