West Milford's gardeners reap ample harvest


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It has been an amazing season thus far for Sustainable West Milford's local gardeners and farmers.

The organization is asking gardeners to support the community by donating surplus produce to Ample Harvest, which donates to local food pantries to support the community.

Please send any inquires to lukeaaron93@hotmail.com.

As always, if you have any ideas you would like to try out in town to help West Milford become more sustainable, please contact Luke at lukeaaron93@hotmail.com.

Sustainable West Milford's goal is to build a strong and sustainable community of neighbors, where we each utilize our talents in service and joy to each other.



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