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Little Free Garden announces big new partnership

FARGO-A local movement is teaming up with a Fargo ecommerce company to more residents to grow food they'll share with anyone who wants it.Fargo-Moorhead-based The Little Garden project announced earlier this week that it has partnered with Fargo ...

A Little Free Garden kit includes a how-to guide, a sticker, a placard and other materials. Fargo Stuff / Special to The Forum
A Little Free Garden kit includes a how-to guide, a sticker, a placard and other materials. Fargo Stuff / Special to The Forum

FARGO-A local movement is teaming up with a Fargo ecommerce company to more residents to grow food they'll share with anyone who wants it.

Fargo-Moorhead-based The Little Garden project announced earlier this week that it has partnered with Fargo Stuff, which is a division of Office Sign Co. LLC, 310 NP Ave.

A news release said the new partnership means people can buy a $25 Little Free Garden registration kit, including a placard, booklet of gardening tips, a how-to-build guide and sticker, either by stopping by Office Sign Co. or visiting www.fargostuff.com/littlefreegarden .

Little Free Gardens encourage people to create small gardens where they grow food that anyone who needs or wants produce can get it. The project was launched about two years ago by local organization Ugly Food of the North, which says there are now 120 Little Free Gardens in nine states and Canada, including more than 90 in Fargo-Moorhead.

For more information, visit www.littlefreegarden.com .

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