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Peer Led Model Helps Mesa Verde Gardens Expand

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When Ana Rasmussen started Mesa Verde Gardens several years ago, she could not have foreseen how quickly her ideas would come to fruition. Ana’s mission was simply to help low-income people achieve equal access to fresh, healthy food by joining

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Planting Begins at Pajaro Community Orchards

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About fifty people, including donors, community garden members and city leaders, turned up for Mesa Verde Gardens’ Community Tree Planting on February 9th. Everyone got their hands dirty, planting 42 trees and digging a 400-foot irrigation trench—all before lunch! The

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Help Pajaro Community Orchard Grow

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The Pajaro Community Orchard is Mesa Verde Gardens’ newest project in south Santa Cruz County. The half-acre orchard will be a peaceful green space of beauty and enjoyment planted, tended and shared by Mesa Verde Gardens community garden members as part of their

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Pajaro Community Orchard Seeking Support

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Mesa Verde Gardens has a new project in the works and all it needs is a little help from the community to come to fruition. The Pajaro Community Orchard is Mesa Verde Gardens’ newest project serving the Pajaro Valley community in

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