On April 16 I volunteered at Seeds of Hope Farm in Tiffin. BGSU students and some faculty helped to transplant over 1000 tomato plants and also build a chicken coop. Check out this video!

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2 thoughts on “Seeds of Hope Farm

  1. chickenhutch
    10:24 am - 9-3-2011

    As a longtime chicken farmer and carpenter myself I really like what you need with what you had. Great work you guys are doing. Keep it up!


    • Court
      7:43 pm - 9-5-2011

      Thanks! I think Seeds of Hope Farm is a great place that is on the cutting edge of environmental thinking and farming with a community focus.

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