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In early March, before the need for social distancing, the Champaign County Master Gardener Volunteers (MGV) visited the modern hydroponic greenhouses at Old Souls Farm near St. Paris. The farm uses rainwater to grow microgreens, arugula, basil and several types of lettuce. If interested in plants and providing education and outreach in the community, the Master Gardeners want to hear from you. For information on the MGV program, contact Amanda Douridas at 937-484-1526 or Douridas.9@osu.edu. Shown on their field trip to Old Souls are, standing from left, Dawn Lanman-Ludwig, Valerie Laughman, Marsha Hess, Paddy Barr, Kathy Haney, Norma Follstaedt, kneeling from left, Debbie Ruchty, Jeanette Enyart and Amanda Douridas.

In early March, before the need for social distancing, the Champaign County Master Gardener Volunteers (MGV) visited the modern hydroponic greenhouses at Old Souls Farm near St. Paris. The farm uses rainwater to grow microgreens, arugula, basil and several types of lettuce. If interested in plants and providing education and outreach in the community, the Master Gardeners want to hear from you. For information on the MGV program, contact Amanda Douridas at 937-484-1526 or Douridas.9@osu.edu. Shown on their field trip to Old Souls are, standing from left, Dawn Lanman-Ludwig, Valerie Laughman, Marsha Hess, Paddy Barr, Kathy Haney, Norma Follstaedt, kneeling from left, Debbie Ruchty, Jeanette Enyart and Amanda Douridas.


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In early March, before the need for social distancing, the Champaign County Master Gardener Volunteers (MGV) visited the modern hydroponic greenhouses at Old Souls Farm near St. Paris. The farm uses rainwater to grow microgreens, arugula, basil and several types of lettuce. If interested in plants and providing education and outreach in the community, the Master Gardeners want to hear from you. For information on the MGV program, contact Amanda Douridas at 937-484-1526 or Douridas.9@osu.edu. Shown on their field trip to Old Souls are, standing from left, Dawn Lanman-Ludwig, Valerie Laughman, Marsha Hess, Paddy Barr, Kathy Haney, Norma Follstaedt, kneeling from left, Debbie Ruchty, Jeanette Enyart and Amanda Douridas.

In early March, before the need for social distancing, the Champaign County Master Gardener Volunteers (MGV) visited the modern hydroponic greenhouses at Old Souls Farm near St. Paris. The farm uses rainwater to grow microgreens, arugula, basil and several types of lettuce. If interested in plants and providing education and outreach in the community, the Master Gardeners want to hear from you. For information on the MGV program, contact Amanda Douridas at 937-484-1526 or Douridas.9@osu.edu. Shown on their field trip to Old Souls are, standing from left, Dawn Lanman-Ludwig, Valerie Laughman, Marsha Hess, Paddy Barr, Kathy Haney, Norma Follstaedt, kneeling from left, Debbie Ruchty, Jeanette Enyart and Amanda Douridas.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2020/04/web1_Garden.jpgIn early March, before the need for social distancing, the Champaign County Master Gardener Volunteers (MGV) visited the modern hydroponic greenhouses at Old Souls Farm near St. Paris. The farm uses rainwater to grow microgreens, arugula, basil and several types of lettuce. If interested in plants and providing education and outreach in the community, the Master Gardeners want to hear from you. For information on the MGV program, contact Amanda Douridas at 937-484-1526 or Douridas.9@osu.edu. Shown on their field trip to Old Souls are, standing from left, Dawn Lanman-Ludwig, Valerie Laughman, Marsha Hess, Paddy Barr, Kathy Haney, Norma Follstaedt, kneeling from left, Debbie Ruchty, Jeanette Enyart and Amanda Douridas. Submitted photo