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Renato Stafford in the Westhampton Beach Elementary School greenhouse.

Renato Stafford in the Westhampton Beach Elementary School greenhouse. BRENDAN J. O'REILLY

Renato Stafford shows tomato seeds to Westhampton Beach Elementary School students inside the school greenhouse.

Renato Stafford shows tomato seeds to Westhampton Beach Elementary School students inside the school greenhouse. BRENDAN J. O'REILLY

The Westhampton Beach  Elementary greenhouse.

The Westhampton Beach Elementary greenhouse. RENATO STAFFORD

The Westhampton Beach Elementary greenhouse and garden.

The Westhampton Beach Elementary greenhouse and garden. RENATO STAFFORD

The Westhampton Beach Elementary greenhouse and garden.

The Westhampton Beach Elementary greenhouse and garden. RENATO STAFFORD

Renato Stafford at the Westhampton Beach Elementary School greenhouse.

Renato Stafford at the Westhampton Beach Elementary School greenhouse. BRENDAN J. O'REILLY

Brendan J. O’Reilly on Apr 20, 2022
For a variety of reasons, people who grow their own food live longer. They are also more self-reliant, and studies have also shown that, in addition to being healthier, home... more

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