nosta
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Check out Katie's Garden

Such a good idea and who woulda thunk a child would have started such a project.

Gonna save Okra seed from the garden this year to mail to her. Might even buy 15 to 20# of corn to mail to her.
https://www.katieskrops.com/

Let's all help her out.

nosta
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Katie's crop disclaimer.

Disclaimer..I am Not related to or in any way affiliated with Katie. She was featured on "Good Morning America" last week(Maybe Saturday)and I was very impressed with her gumption. I will support her as best I can based on what I saw on tv and hope all you will follow suit.

Amazing little gardening Guru. Hope mine see's this post and wants to do more. He definitely has the skill and knowledge.

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That's cool. Thanks for passing it along.

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Way to go! A little girl created a network of gardens that donate their harvest to organizations that help the less fortunate. Thanks for sharing! :)

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What a nice thing to do.

nosta
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Amazing little girl. I mailed her some extra cantaloupe seed today. Her "Wish List" is well thought out. :D



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