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Gregoria Erazo gets help from the Community Food Bank's Michelle Kuhns.

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  • Gregoria Erazo gets help from the Community Food Bank's Michelle Kuhns.
  • Let it Grow
  • Gregoria Erazo gets help from the Community Food...
  • Jay Rochlin
  • Feb 7, 2008
  • Gregoria Erazo digs in the family garden with grandson Damion Pollock.
  • Let it Grow
  • Gregoria Erazo digs in the family garden with...
  • Jay Rochlin
  • Feb 7, 2008
  • Locally grown fruits are sold at the Food Bank's Value Foods store and at its farmers' market.
  • Let it Grow
  • Locally grown fruits are sold at the Food...
  • Jay Rochlin
  • Feb 7, 2008
  • G.L. Taylor (right) has been a Food Bank volunteer for seven years. The goal of the Food Bank's various gardening programs, like the farmers' market, is to show the importance of vegetables to people's diets.
  • Let it Grow
  • G.L. Taylor (right) has been a Food Bank...
  • Jay Rochlin
  • Feb 7, 2008
  • Amanda Morse: "We (give out seeds) year-round, subject to availability."
  • Let it Grow
  • Amanda Morse: "We (give out seeds) year-round, subject...
  • Jay Rochlin
  • Feb 7, 2008
  • Lilly Curry and Amanda Morse in Nuestra Tierra, the precursor to the Food Bank's first-in-the-nation farm.
  • Let it Grow
  • Lilly Curry and Amanda Morse in Nuestra Tierra,...
  • Jay Rochlin
  • Feb 7, 2008
  • Tommy Bassett pours some freshly brewed Just Coffee. A former maquiladora manager, Bassett helped form the Mexican co-op. "I was tired of the deaths," he says. "We started Just Coffee to deal with the root problem of migrants into the U.S."
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  • Tommy Bassett pours some freshly brewed Just Coffee...
  • Jay Rochlin
  • Feb 8, 2007

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