Recycling Club Program Aims to Reduce Food Waste in Schools

According to an estimate from the Rhode Island Schools Recycling Club, schools could recover in total 388 tons of safe-to-eat food for hungry students or food pantries annually.

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Farming Casts Its Spell On Young, Queer Farmers at Hocus Pocus Farm

Farm's co-manager said they haven’t faced any challenges because of their queer identity, and that being known as a queer-run operation has encouraged more queer folks to participate in the farm's activities.

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Smithfield Nonprofit Hopes to Remain Rooted in the Mary Mowry House

For the past decade, Revive the Roots has worked to bring 16 acres of Mowry Commons back to its natural state: farming the land, clearing the nearby trails, and renovating the Mary Mowry House.

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