Umpqua Community College staff and students installed raised beds and hauled manure Saturday morning in front of the Woolley Center in Roseburg to lay the foundation for a garden where schoolchildren can learn about growing food. Members of a UCC staff leadership class and nursing students volunteered their time and donated materials to create the Woolley Center Learning Garden, which could eventually provide fresh produce to Roseburg schools. Making the garden a reality is a year-long project for AmeriCorps VISTA member Hannah Morris. She started coordinating the effort last summer on behalf of the Woolley Center off Harvard Avenue, which …
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