Ground is broken for new Frogtown Youth Farm

“My goal is to tear up some beds, mix in compost, plant some seeds, and decorate the sidewalk—by noon,” said Beth Ringer, program director for the Frogtown site of Youth Farm and Market Project. She stood by a bright red wheelbarrow that held a mound of new brown work gloves, stakes and string. A rented sod cutter, tall clean shovels, a large pile of compost, cool weather radish and lettuce seeds and boxes of colored chalk completed this fresh complement.

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