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Clark College students help ready garden for spring

The Columbian
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HAZEL DELL: From left, Karmia Keffer, Megan Ulrich, and Deborah Cronemeyer work at the Hazel Dell School and Community Garden. Thirty-seven Clark College student made a difference by helping prepare garden for spring.
HAZEL DELL: From left, Karmia Keffer, Megan Ulrich, and Deborah Cronemeyer work at the Hazel Dell School and Community Garden. Thirty-seven Clark College student made a difference by helping prepare garden for spring. The garden supplies produce donated to the school's weekend food backpack program, Share, and the Clark County Food Bank. Photo Gallery

HAZEL DELL — The Hazel Dell School and Community Garden recently welcomed 37 Clark College students taking Veronica Brock and Kristen Myklebust’s Food and Your Health classes. The students worked to plant soil in raised beds, clean out the greenhouse, weeded, pruned and other tasks to prepare the garden for spring planting. “Thanks to the students’ hard work, the garden can provide produce for the food insecure of our community including Hazel Dell School’s weekend food backpack program, Share, and the Clark County Food Bank,” WSU Master Gardener and Hazel Dell School Volunteer Garden Coordinator Barbara Nordstrom said in a news release. Garden coordinators and WSU Master Gardeners Bobbi Bellomy and Barbara Nordstom were assisted by garden mentors Lynn Peterson and Lydia DePriest.

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