Owsley County High School agriculture science teacher Alan Taylor, left, showed a potato crop to, from left, UK student Ben Smith, Tammy Wilson of Eastern Kentucky Pride, and UK students Luke McAnally and Patrick Johnson. The UK students helped initiate the community gardening project.
Owsley County High School agriculture science teacher Alan Taylor, left, showed a potato crop to, from left, UK student Ben Smith, Tammy Wilson of Eastern Kentucky Pride, and UK students Luke McAnally and Patrick Johnson. The UK students helped initiate the community gardening project. Herald-Leader
Owsley County High School agriculture science teacher Alan Taylor, left, showed a potato crop to, from left, UK student Ben Smith, Tammy Wilson of Eastern Kentucky Pride, and UK students Luke McAnally and Patrick Johnson. The UK students helped initiate the community gardening project. Herald-Leader

Owsley residents, UK students growing more than a garden next to high school

June 03, 2012 05:17 PM

UPDATED June 05, 2012 03:38 PM

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