How Our Garden Grew: 2011-2012 End-of-Project Report

9 Sep

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I am happy to report that this National Gardening Association + Jamba Juice report is complete! For our archives, here’s a collection of the photos submitted (10 was the max) along with a PDF version of the survey answers and essay. To read the information submitted, click on this: jamba-juice-_it_s-all-about-the-fruit-and-veggies_-post-gardening-august-15th_-2012-74717   -Denise

Related posts: Qs For The End-of-Project Report; Good News From the National Gardening Association

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6 Responses to “How Our Garden Grew: 2011-2012 End-of-Project Report”

  1. sansley September 9, 2012 at 5:19 PM #

    Obstacles overcome: “members without smart phones/cameras?” Have you considered stand-up as a second career, Denise?

    That aside, nice slideshow, nice report!

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