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Seventeen ninth and tenth grade students from five Baltimore City public schools participated in the “Mission Thrive Summer” program created by the Institute for Integrative Health and Real Food Farm, two local non-proftit organizations. (Above) Joey Payne, 15, picks cherry tomatoes from the garden.

Seventeen ninth and tenth grade students from five Baltimore City public schools participated in the “Mission Thrive Summer” program created by the Institute for Integrative Health and Real Food Farm, two local non-proftit organizations. (Above) Joey Payne, 15, picks cherry tomatoes from the garden.

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Bringing life back into your yard and garden

Spring season is a time of regeneration and renewal as you prepare to bring life back to your lawn and garden. Taking the proper steps after seasonal changes or severe weather conditions can prove to be the difference between creating a breathtaking landscape or an outdoor space with unsightly mishaps. By following a few simple steps, you can take pride in your backyard year after year.

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Summer program for teens blends farming, fitness and nutrition

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