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Gardening tips for Duluth's Northern climate, hosted by Master Gardener Tom Kasper.

Tips for Hardy Gardeners: Gardens Mean Giving

An overhead view of a basket of colorful vegetables
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A flourishing harvest can sometimes feel overwhelming. How do I use it all? Canning? Composting? Freezing? Tom Kasper takes a moment and reminds us not to forget about a more immediately impactful option; sharing.

Many gardeners will plant more vegetables than they could possibly eat. The abundance that follows can be directed to neighbors and community organizations. "There is a great need in our community to share that abundance," says Kasper. "It doesn't need to be a truckload."

CHUM, Second Harvest, Damiano Center, and Two Harbors Food Shelf are just a few of the locations that will accept donations from your garden.

"Take it even a step further," says Kasper. "If you have a whole bunch of flowers... take them to a nursing home and say 'I'd just like to share these with somebody.' Those individuals and organizations are thrilled to receive something like that."

Luke Moravec is the host for Northland Morning on The North 103.3. He’s also a local actor, musician and writer. He loves puzzles, riddles and fun mysteries.
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