Winston Antoine, garden engagement coordinator for St. Mary’s Nutrition Center’s Community Garden Program, plants a huckleberry shrub Monday afternoon at the Hillview Youth Garden in Lewiston, while Sophie Worsh-Farnum and two residents of the housing complex pick strawberries and water plants in the background. The program, formerly known as Lots to Gardens, has created gardens on vacant lots in the inner cities of Lewiston and Auburn where more than 120 households are building self-reliance and growing their own food. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

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