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Jun 26, 2018 12:46 PMPublication: The Southampton Press

Sagaponack Common School Students Grow Vegetables In New Educational Garden

An educational garden was installed at Sagaponack Common School last month. COURTESY SAGAPONACK COMMON SCHOOL
Jun 26, 2018 1:30 PM

Diana and Jason Payne of Sagaponack recently installed an educational garden behind Sagaponack Common School to help students learn how to grow vegetables. Inside the garden, students are growing tomato plants along with sunflower seeds, carrots, radishes, basil and several different types of lettuce. The formation of the garden was a community effort: the soil came from Foster Farm in Sagaponack, the fence was installed by Gem Fence of North Sea, and the soaker hoses and faucet were installed by Long Springs Irrigation in North Sea. The Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack also pitched in to set up a planting schedule with the students.

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