By Staff Reports
(By Anne E. Bishop, Special to the Star)
From left are the members of the “New Seed Community Garden.” They are Mr. and Mrs. R. Andrew Mosby with son, Cole Andrew Mosby; Stephen D. Lawson; Tyler C. Selbey; Timothy L. Wasem; Dr. Timothy W. Ross; Hannah E. Bader; W. Christopher Coleman, Deborah A. Bader, Hannah’s mother who was visiting from Ohio; Katie J. Guthrie; Emily A. Weeks; and Kate E. Anderson.
In the bucoic yet globally connected Milligan College community, seeds are being sown, both literally and figuratively, resulting in a multi-dimensional harvest.
Bishop Farm, one of the oldest properties in the community, has been providing fertile ground for an eager group of young people wanting to learn the art of gardening. The farm, which adjoins Emmanuel Christian Seminary, is the perfect location for this endeavor.
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