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Oct. 6, 2011MARYVILLE, MO |  By: Wayman

Community Gardens

Even though the growing season is coming to a close, residents throughout our listening area continue reaping the benefits of community gardens.

The projects are usually volunteer and distribute free produce to those in need. Nona Miller oversees a community garden tended by students at Lake Contrary Elementary School in St. Joseph. She says anyone that lives nearby is welcome to come and partake of the produce.

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You can hear more on the concept during the final installment of our special series "Hunger in the Heartland: The Silent Crisis" airing throughout the day today here on KXCV and KRNW.