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Farmers’ markets open access to food

From March to early May, Food for All is growing 10,000 seedlings for 20 varieties of vegetables, 14 flowers and one fruit.  For every seedling sold online, a plant will be given for a community garden or plant-a-row food bank garden.

The plants will be started in an 18-by-32-foot greenhouse built last fall behind the low-income Summit View Apartments at 820 N. Summit with a grant from the City of Spokane. 

Pickup days for the buy-one-supply-one plant .. ..... . . . More

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