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Volunteers Make the Sheridan Food Forest a Reality

Volunteers Make the Sheridan Food Forest a Reality

(Sheridan, Wyo.) – The Sheridan Food Forest Committee spent the last two weekends planting fruit trees, berry bushes, grape vines and other food-producing plants at Thorne Rider Park. Their goal is to make the site a free source of healthy natural food for local residents. [image: 8caa967d-3b5f-42d1-9b03-b420aa05530c.png] [image: 9ab20200-80fb-4958-92b2-b34f1f762c49.png] A group of young workers from Service Wyoming particularly impressed organizers on Friday, June 10th. They arrived at 8:30 AM and had weeded the entire fence line, moved rocks, dug a trench, planted 20 grape vines and 100 asparagus crowns, and applied compost and water by noon! [image: dfb2cabd-d21a-4b42-b8a7-19a62da0fb6d.png] Throughout the heat of summer, watering the forest will be particularly important. If you are interested in volunteering or just have questions email Carol LeResche at leresche@rangeweb.net. [image: 012d34f7-0a1b-45a2-8a75-32301803e813.png][image: d353d649-4cb9-4318-96b6-a8cef96e92e7.png] #knapp #dally #news