LDS stake garden grows vegetables, skills and unity

Members of the Payson Mt. Nebo Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints came together last week to plant a garden for the fourth consecutive year.

Before its beginning in 2009, the stake presidency, consisting of Rodney Newman, Robert Marsh and Mark DeHart, felt a garden would be a good project for their stake. They believed it would foster fellowship, teach gardening and food preservation skills and provide food for the needy as well as other stake members.

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