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Science, Education and Community: Organically Grown

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Man helps student aim digital camera at garden.

Cornell University graduate student Alexey Kudryavtsev helps a student capture a flourishing community garden with a digital camera. Alexey studies how the Garden Mosaics interactive software is used by science educators.

Credit: Mark Whitmore


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Woman tends a garden.

A community gardener at work. In the Garden Mosaics project, students and educators are paired with local gardeners to exchange ideas about agriculture, land use and science.

Credit: Mark Whitmore


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Colorful toolshed mural inside garden.

A mural painted on a toolshed within a Garden Mosaics community garden.

Credit: Mark Whitmore


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Garden flanked by tall buildings.

Marianne Krasny introduced the Garden Mosaics program after seeing a community garden like this one in New York City.

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