Penn Live: Newport church’s environmental stewardship fuels garden growth

Jun 23, 2018 | In the News, IPL News Highlights, National Press Clips, What's New

The Church of the Nativity in Newport is growing. That is beans, tomatoes, squash, bok choy, melons and an assortment of other vegetables with the goal to help feed and teach Perry Countians about gardening.

The church on Second Street has expanded its community garden to about 2,000 square feet this year using money it was awarded for its environmental stewardship initiatives over the past couple years.

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