DULUTH - Some community members in the Congdon area are already thinking spring.
The push for a new garden space at Congdon Park Elementary continues as organizers hope to be winner in the Seeds of Change grant.
With the extra $10,000 or $25,000, the plan would be to create a large multi–purpose garden for students and adults.
"We'll be able to have not only standard based lessons tied to the activities in the garden, but also we're planning a lot of garden events and community celebration in this space," Renee Willemsen from the Congdon Environmental Concerns committee said.
To get that grant, organizers are going to need some support on the Seeds of Change Facebook page.
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