• Community vegetable garden
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  • Community vegetable garden
  • Community vegetable garden
  • Community vegetable garden

Community vegetable garden

$200

Start with a shared plot of land and good soil, add drought-resistant seeds and top it off with tools and training. The result? Plenty of tomatoes, potatoes, cabbage, beans, cassava and other vegetables to go around. Extra produce can be sold and the profits shared by the members of the cooperative to provide a great combination of food and income.

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Community vegetable garden
Community vegetable garden
Community vegetable garden
Community vegetable garden
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