November 16, 2011
Marion-Polk Food Share recognizes supporters of gardens program
"We wanted to send out a warm thanks to all those who donated supplies, time and expertise to our program," says Ian Dixon-McDonald, community gardens coordinator. "Please let these businesses and organizations know you appreciate their support of Marion-Polk Food Share’s Gardens Program."
13th Street Nursery
Ag Source Laboratories
City of Salem Public Works
City of Salem Parks
City of Keizer Parks
Copper Creek Mercantile
Greenhouse by the Creek
HandsOn Mid-Willamette Valley
Master Gardeners of Marion County
Marion County Environmental Services
Marion County Work Center
Marion Soil and Water Conservation District
Minto Island Growers
Rockwest Training Company
Salem-Keizer Education Foundation’s Learning Gardens
Seed Saver’s Exchange
Solar Gem Greenhouses
The Red Pot Spot
Victory Seed Company
Wilco Farm Supply
Learn more about the community gardens program at Marion-Polk Food Share by visiting their website at www.marionpolkfoodshare.org.
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