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Richard Wilson, of Sidney, plants some young black oil sunflowers in his raised bed that is part of Agape’s People’s Garden in Sidney, Thursday, June 16. Wilson also planted an amaryllis. This is Wilson’s first year of planting in the People’s Garden. He plans to donate 10 percent of his plot’s yield to Agape. Wilson said of the garden, “I’m ecstatic. It’s the greatest thing in the world, especially the organic approach.” In 2016, the People’s Garden yielded almost 900 pounds of produce. The people who gardened there donated another 3,100 pounds to Agape Distribution from their home plots.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Richard Wilson, of Sidney, plants some young black oil sunflowers in his raised bed that is part of Agape’s People’s Garden in Sidney, Thursday, June 16. Wilson also planted an amaryllis. This is Wilson’s first year of planting in the People’s Garden. He plans to donate 10 percent of his plot’s yield to Agape. Wilson said of the garden, “I’m ecstatic. It’s the greatest thing in the world, especially the organic approach.” In 2016, the People’s Garden yielded almost 900 pounds of produce. The people who gardened there donated another 3,100 pounds to Agape Distribution from their home plots.

Richard Wilson, of Sidney, plants some young black oil sunflowers in his raised bed that is part of Agape’s People’s Garden in Sidney, Thursday, June 16. Wilson also planted an amaryllis. This is Wilson’s first year of planting in the People’s Garden. He plans to donate 10 percent of his plot’s yield to Agape. Wilson said of the garden, “I’m ecstatic. It’s the greatest thing in the world, especially the organic approach.” In 2016, the People’s Garden yielded almost 900 pounds of produce. The people who gardened there donated another 3,100 pounds to Agape Distribution from their home plots.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN061617Garden.jpgRichard Wilson, of Sidney, plants some young black oil sunflowers in his raised bed that is part of Agape’s People’s Garden in Sidney, Thursday, June 16. Wilson also planted an amaryllis. This is Wilson’s first year of planting in the People’s Garden. He plans to donate 10 percent of his plot’s yield to Agape. Wilson said of the garden, “I’m ecstatic. It’s the greatest thing in the world, especially the organic approach.” In 2016, the People’s Garden yielded almost 900 pounds of produce. The people who gardened there donated another 3,100 pounds to Agape Distribution from their home plots. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News