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Three Generations of Gardeners Work on a Project Grow Garden, June 1982

Three Generations of Gardeners Work on a Project Grow Garden, June 1982 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 20, 1982
Caption
Three generations of gardeners: Betty Lyon (grandmother, left), daughter Nancy Kirton (right), and granddaughter Beth Kirton (center)

Bob Gould at Project Grow Community Garden, June 1982

Bob Gould at Project Grow Community Garden, June 1982 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 20, 1982
Caption
Bob Gold [sic] (right) keeps his corn plants happy by weeding and mulching them. Tending garden is a never-ending job, but it's worth it, every moment.

James and Jewell Penn at Project Grow Community Garden, June 1982

James and Jewell Penn at Project Grow Community Garden, June 1982 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 20, 1982
Caption
LOOKING AHEAD -- James and Jewell Penn, above, tie up a 'teepee' support for their climbing bean vines to grow on

Anna Cullen Works in a Project Grow Garden, June 1982

Anna Cullen Works in a Project Grow Garden, June 1982 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 20, 1982
Caption
DELIGHT -- The smile on Anna Cullen's face as she weeds her carrot bed shows that she's thinking ahead to the harvest, and the fruits of her labors.

Jack Hinman and Bob Gould at Project Grow Site, April 1976

Jack Hinman and Bob Gould at Project Grow Site, April 1976 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 25, 1976
Caption
Jack Hinman, left, chief of the administration branch of the Environmental Protection Agency and Bob Gould, Project Grow director, look over the 45-plot site the EPA has donated for gardening on Plymouth Road.