Teenage DIG (Durham Inner-City Gardeners) members Fabian Burch, 16, above, and Markyse Smallwood, 17, below, harvest young mixed lettuce leaves by hand in the SEEDS hoop house. SEEDS is one of eight nonprofits to receive grants from Southern Season’s foundation.
Teenage DIG (Durham Inner-City Gardeners) members Fabian Burch, 16, above, and Markyse Smallwood, 17, below, harvest young mixed lettuce leaves by hand in the SEEDS hoop house. SEEDS is one of eight nonprofits to receive grants from Southern Season’s foundation. Staff Photo by Harry Lynch
Teenage DIG (Durham Inner-City Gardeners) members Fabian Burch, 16, above, and Markyse Smallwood, 17, below, harvest young mixed lettuce leaves by hand in the SEEDS hoop house. SEEDS is one of eight nonprofits to receive grants from Southern Season’s foundation. Staff Photo by Harry Lynch
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