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NEWS CCW Staff Writer JUNEAU - Not far from the hustle and bustle of Alaska's Capital, a few potato plants are seeing the sun for the first time. In time, the vegetables will end up on the plates of the hungry at The Glory Hole Shelter.

Glory Hole Community Garden takes root in Juneau

This crop of potatoes of the first of many in the Glory Hole Community Garden. Planted with the help of SAGA volunteers, the potatoes are located behind the shelter on the hillside, which is being landscaped to provide plots for community members to cultivate and other plots for Glory Hole purposes. A public meeting about the garden will be held on September 10.
Photo By Libby Sterling
This crop of potatoes of the first of many in the Glory Hole Community Garden. Planted with the help of SAGA volunteers, the potatoes are located behind the shelter on the hillside, which is being landscaped to provide plots for community members to cultivate and other plots for Glory Hole purposes. A public meeting about the garden will be held on September 10.
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