FARGO— If you like to garden you're in luck. Growing Together community garden had it's seventh ground breaking today.

Growing Together allows people to volunteer in exchange for fresh and organic produce. All volunteers split the fresh produce among themselves.

The newest garden is at Gethsemane Cathedral in South Fargo. The new land will host three separate gardens on the land: a sharing, family and market garden.

"You sort of build a community. Our gardens were started for new Americans but the whole community is definitely invited to garden with us," says Jack Wood, Co-founder of Growing Together.

Today they broke the land, and the group will begin tilling the land and planting produce starting Saturday, May 1.

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You can find out how to volunteer on the Growing Together website here.