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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-07-25

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Neil Weiner of Livonia harvests some kale.

Garden Geeks from page 8

produce from the Shaarey Zedek
Community Garden and also from pri-
Feeding The Hungry
vate backyard gardens. Yad Ezra itself
In 2010, Congregation Shaarey Zedek
houses Giving Gardens at its offices
started a vegetable garden on its land
in Berkley, with high-yield vegetable
and donated the harvest to Yad Ezra.
planting beds at the rear of the build-
The next spring, the congregation
ing, vertical vegetable gardens at the
invited Young Israel of Southfield and
front of the building and a window
the JVS as part-
garden in south-facing
ners in the work
windows.
and the mitzvah
In household gar-
of the Southfield
dens, typically some
Community Garden.
crops disappoint, oth-
Most years, the
ers produce more than
religious school
enough.
students at Shaarey
When you have
PLANT
Zedek plant many
too
much, Lea Luger,
,-
VINDN ES.S.—
t A RvES
of the vegetables as
executive director of
L o vT
a school-year-end
Yad Ezra, said, "We
project. This year,
certainly appreciate
with late-spring
the fresh produce that
A sign says it all in front o f
our
neighbors bring
frosts and rain-
Judy Front's garden.
storms, religious
in. You grow it and
school was long over
bring it, and it gets
when a team of adults led by Mel and
distributed and eaten. We appreciate
Carol Chinitz and Mikki Grossman
produce grown with care, determina-
could finally begin planting cucum-
tion and love by community members.
bers, zucchini and green beans. The
We get contributions from individuals,
next day, a team from Young Israel of
schools, synagogues, churches and
community gardens.
Southfield led by Ariel Wolgel put in
"The summer months with warm
the tomato plants.
Shaarey Zedek program director
weather bring a bounty of fruits and
Tobye Bello explains the Community
vegetables. When you reap that boun-
Garden has only four crops — toma-
ty, what a better way to use it than
toes, cucumbers, zucchini and green
to share with those who do not have
beans — to maximize the number of
enough to eat?"
families that enjoy a share.
"I never anticipated that things
Delicious summer recipes from
would grow so well," she said.
gardener Sharon Krasner can be found
Yad Ezra happily accepts fresh
at www.thejewishnews.corn.



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