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PHOTO: Moeketsi MamaneCommunity members at the gardening project launched in Ashdown yesterday.
PHOTO: Moeketsi MamaneCommunity members at the gardening project launched in Ashdown yesterday.

A GARDENING project called the Seed and Feed Drive was officially launched in Ashdown last Friday.

The project was launched by Earth Call Foundation and aims to stimulate and assist rural areas in the ancient art of cultivating.

Chris Daniel, Earth Call Foundation chief operating officer (COO), said they started this project during lockdown supported by United Kingdoms of Africa, Starke Ayres and Ezigro Seeding.

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