Courtesy photo. Students from the University of Maryland, who's focus is in Urban Agriculture, recently came to the Fort Community Garden as one of their stops during their Summer Alternative Break. The garden sprung from an idea that Rev. Rona Tyndal inspired. Ann Molloy of Neptune's Harvest thought it was a great idea and graciously donated the space needed. With the students volunteering their efforts, an overgrown field was transformed into an area ready for planting.
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