Seed Lending & School Gardens

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Today’s Sustainable Living Program’s first segment covered The Edible Peace Patch Project that started in South St Pete. It’s a non-profit that partners with local schools to eliminate poverty. Sandra Gadsden, their director, joined the show to talk about this Farm to School, Food Literacy Project. The remainder of the show focused on New Port Richey and the New Port Richey Library’s involvement in local sustainability. Ann Scott, the Assistant NPR Library Director, joined the show to talk about the library’s project called “The Art of Sustainability” which will kick off at the end of summer, and the projects already in place, such as the Seed Lending Project, Tasty Tuesdays, and others. She was joined with others involved in New Port Richey’s City and community quest for Sustainability.

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