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Community Garden Created by Edison Students at Middlesex County College Blooming

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Diane Vanderhoof Middlesex County College student from Edison tends to some pesky weeds. Credits: MCC
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Hansol  Bhak Middlesex County College student from Edison filling up her water can. Credits: MCC
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EDISON, NJ – Students from Edison and faculty in the Middlesex County College Natural Sciences Department have created a community garden, located on the side of Main Hall on the Edison campus.

They created the garden, which was funded by a grant from the MCC Retail Services Corporation, during the spring semester. The garden uses rainwater collected in a rain barrel to water the vegetables and herbs. Items currently blooming are blueberries, asparagus and assorted herbs.

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