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Tarpon Environmental Club Visits Urban Farm

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By Prof. Kelli Stickrath

The Tarpon Springs campus Environmental Club visited the Kinship Urban Farm Friday. They learned how to create a sustainable garden and about volunteer opportunities with the garden and Habitat for Humanity. The Kinship Urban Farm provides opportunities for all community members to grow food. Food is donated to Metropolitan Ministries and the farm has a Saturday farmer’s market on 4131 Madison Street in New Port Richey.

The Kinship Urban Farm is currently trying to win a $20,000 grant from Seeds of Change. If you are interested in voting for them here is the website!

Header photo from the Kinship Urban Farm Facebook page.

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