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Kossuth Street Garden


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We are humbled to be called "the plum of Southern Orchards" as we enter our 11th growing season.
We work with neighbors and those in dire needs living in a food desert to learn to grow and eat the food they bring forth. themselves. 
We have been blessed with partnering with the Salvation Army (who owns the land), Local Matters, Stowe Mission, Nationwide Children's Hospital, Ganthers Place, Four Season City Farm, GCGC, the Franklin County Juvenile Court and many other civic groups and individual with forward thinking minds over the course of our long standing commitment to our own neighbors. 
We were named the 2014 "Youth Leadership Garden of the Year" by "Growing to Green" through Franklin Park Conservatory and continue our work to outreach and just get folks to enter a world of tasty, nutritious foods and community kinship.   

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