From this week’s Cheshire Herald:
The Tikun Olam (repairing the world) committee of Congregation Kol Ami spent time working at Cheshire’s Boulder Knoll Farm on June 2. As in past years, the parents and children contribute their time and effort in exchange for a share in vegetables that they then donate to local soup kitchens and food pantries.
In addition to their gardening, this year the children of Kol Ami put up some shiny disks to deter deer and planted string beans. The adults did weeding and mulching.