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Gardener Stereotypes Redefined

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Carolyn

Fitchburg, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Connecting with, educating and hopefully inspiring others across North Central MA who are interested in helping with the systems changes needed to build a healthier future for us all.
Why are you participating?: 

To create a better future, no one has to do everything - but - everyone should try to do something.

Ann

Roseville, MN
United States

During this Pandemic I am still working with 3-6 year old students and their parents planting a large garden at the American Indian Montessori school. We have Zoom lessons, wear masks and garden gloves and keep our distance.
This mask was a souvenir from an International women’s conference in 1990. I had it made into a mask to remind myself and other members of PPSEAWA of our commitment to health. We will need to support a vaccination program once that is available.

Be healthy and safe everyone! Wear your masks.

Nancy

Wendell, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Helping folks with late Alzheimer's disease to have a better day and be acknowledged as a person
Why are you participating?: 

Want to see less evil in the world.

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