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Carmel Street Garden's Friends

  • Adam Wascholl
  • Food Day New Haven
  • Community's Corner Group
  • Rev. Kevin G. Ewing
  • Melissa Waldron Lehner
  • Maria Tupper
  • Aaron Goode
  • Nate Bixby
  • Lee Cruz

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Name of the Organization
Carmel Street Garden
Contact Person
Chris Zollo
Contact phone
203 430-8131
E-mail
carmelstreetgarden@gmail.com
Website
http://carmelstreetgarden.wordpress.com
Interest
Food Assistance, Health
Description Interest
Community Garden that provides food to neighbors and a safe place to learn and grow for children.

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At 9:28pm on September 11, 2012, Community's Corner Group said…

Beautiful photos! 

 

At 11:55am on June 17, 2011, Lee Cruz said…

Bill,

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