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May 8, 2011


— Frostburg State University Children’s Center student Noah Lennon-Puthoff pushes a strawberry plant into the soil with help from ethnobotany undergraduate student Chris Massimino in a community garden for the children located behind the center on the FSU campus. The garden will provide children with hands-on interaction with the environment and will be available for children to participate in planting events in early May and harvesting in early September of each year.

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