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Ready, Set, Food Drive!

Ready, Set, Food Drive!

Three Steps for Food Drive Success Every day in Utah County, nearly 74,000 people—or 12.8 percent of the population—don’t have access to enough food to be healthy. Of those people, more than 28,000 are children. Luckily, we live in a community with a...

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Eliminating childhood hunger, one Pak at a time

Eliminating childhood hunger, one Pak at a time

When you look around Utah, Summit, and Wasatch counties, you see breathtaking vistas, bustling cities, and outdoor activities. You probably don’t think about poverty and hungry children. Despite the thriving cities and beautiful views, though, too many...

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Gardening 101: Plant Now and Later

Gardening 101: Plant Now and Later

Gardening is one of the most popular pastimes in the U.S., with the number of gardeners growing every year. Adults younger than 35 are one of the fastest-growing demographics in gardening, accounting for 29 percent of gardening households, according to the...

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3 Ways to Garden Without a Backyard

3 Ways to Garden Without a Backyard

The ground has thawed, and the snow is receding from the mountains. Flowers are finally blooming and the last threat of frost for the season (likely) is gone along the Wasatch Front. So what does that mean? It’s time to start planning and planting your...

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5 Ways to Teach Your Children About Volunteering

5 Ways to Teach Your Children About Volunteering

It’s not always easy to get kids involved in activities you want them to do. That’s true for learning to cook a meal, chores around the house, hiking or even volunteering. All of those things have value, teaching life lessons and skills—especially...

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