CELINA — A local garden has netted approximately 170 pounds of fruits and vegetables that have been given to area food pantries.
This is the first year for the Wright State University Lake Campus Community Garden, an all-volunteer operated garden located on campus.
“The dean gave us permission in October to start doing this,” said Ron Kremer with the garden committee. “We started building the beds in October and putting our leaves and grass clippings and branches, anything that would deteriorate for compost, in the beds to be ready for spring planting.”
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